Kerrville, Texas Civil Rights Lawyers
I represent employees and select employers in cases involving state and federal employment and wage laws. This includes claims of discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination, as well as those for claims of unpaid overtime. I am board certified in Labor & Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. I also represent individuals who have suffered certain types of serious personal injuries. Many lawyers don't take employment-related cases to trial. At my firm, we do. In the last several years, we have tried cases in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, Houston, Tyler, El Paso and the...
WHAT TRIAL LAWYERS ARE SAYING ... "Bruce Phillips pours his heart and soul into the work he does for you and your client. He has a natural sense for what makes people tick. Let him help you tell your client's story in a way that will light up the jurors who ultimately will decide." – Carl Bettinger, author of "Twelve Heroes, One Voice: Guiding Jurors to Courageous Verdicts" ... "To steal a phrase from the fire-fighting industry, Bruce is 'fully involved' in living his passion of helping lawyers who are, for the most part, underdogs. As an experienced trial...
Rebecca Carrillo is a family law attorney in San Antonio. She prides herself on being highly attentive to her clients and her ability to address her client's individual needs. Rebecca is a strong courtroom advocate, and approaches each case with preparation, attention to detail and dedication to her client. Rebecca has experience in family law, criminal law, appellate law, and general civil litigation.
Clerked for Texas Supreme Court Justice Steven Wayne Smith I litigate and appeal case, focusing on real estate and Constitutional law. Prominent cases included Emergency Responders for Equality v. Kerr over the City of Austin’s racially discriminatory affirmative action promotions in the Fire Department and Lone Star College System v. Immigration Reform Coalition of Texas, over illegal spending on scholarships for illegal aliens, Pangborn v. Burnet County over a bill of attainder limiting real estate development rights, Piatt v. City of Austin over racially discriminatory affirmative action in the Police Department, and Hendee v. Dewhurst over Texas constitutional...
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Susan Morrison is a dedicated employment attorney who has represented both employers and corporate officers in litigation, mediation and arbitration. She provides general counsel advice to business owners, schools, and community colleges across the State of Texas. Susan also investigates employee wrongdoing and provides expert testimony in court.
Licensed to Practice in: State of Texas, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Areas of Practice (non-exhaustive): General civil litigation and business law, Texas turnover receivership, bankruptcy (representing debtors, creditors and trustees), debt collection (both debtor and creditor-side), insurance litigation, construction/real estate transactions and litigation, landlord/tenant litigation, and entity formation. Texas Turnover Receiverships (Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code Ch. 31)