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Jean E. Faure
Bozeman, MT Education Law Lawyer with 33 years experience
Free ConsultationEducation, Business, Employment and Insurance Defense
University of Montana School of Law
Jean Elizabeth Faure is an AV-rated civil trial attorney with 25 years of experience in labor/employment law, education/school law, and civil litigation. At least 50% of Jean's practice involves the representation of both public and private employers in connection with all labor and employment-related issues. Jean litigates wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, trade secret, non-compete, Family Medical Leave Act, and ERISA/fiduciary claims. Jean also handles union labor contract negotiations, labor grievance arbitrations, unfair labor practices and other issues under the NLRA. Jean's school law practice includes students with disabilities, special education/IDEA, student discipline, employment practices (teacher termination), and...
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Education, Divorce, Estate Planning and Family
Education and Business
Boston Coll Law School
Tal M Goldin
Helena, MT Education Law Lawyer with 8 years experience
Education, Arbitration & Mediation and Family
The University of Texas School of Law
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