Pines Federal

Eric Pines

Eric L. Pines is a distinguished federal employment lawyer with extensive experience in representing federal employees, including significant work in Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) matters. Having served as in-house counsel for the largest federal union local at the Social Security Administration, Pines has a deep background in federal employment law, including acting as a mediator and EEO technical writer. His legal practice has successfully secured substantial settlements for federal employees in a variety of cases, from wrongful discharge to employment discrimination, emphasizing his expertise in EEO, disability accommodations under the ADA, and Federal Employee Disability Retirement. Pines’ commitment to federal employees extends across all federal agencies, with a notable focus on supporting disabled workers.

Pines Federal

Amanda Moreno

Amanda Moreno is a prominent Supervising Attorney at Pines Federal with a decade of knowledge in federal employment law. Her experience notably includes representing clients in Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Hearings, among other forums, where she has secured significant victories and settlements. Moreno’s approach combines rigorous litigation skills with compassion and creativity, ensuring clients receive a realistic assessment of their case’s success likelihood. Her legal career began after earning her Juris Doctorate from Hofstra University, with early roles that provided deep insights into the legal system, including work at Legal Aid and various court representations in New York. Recognized for her leadership and legal acumen, Moreno oversees a team of 18 attorneys at Pines Federal.

Pines Federal

Michael Kleinman

Michael Kleinman is an adept attorney with a broad experience in federal employment matters, known for his meticulous analysis and compassionate approach to each case. With a focus in federal disability employment benefits, Kleinman has a rich background in advocating for clients seeking Social Security Disability Benefits. His dedication to providing personalized, focused attention ensures optimal outcomes tailored to individual client needs. He is admitted to practice in the State of Georgia and brings comprehensive knowledge in federal employment law and disability rights to the firm.

Fidlon Legal, PC

Gregory Fidlon

Greg Fidlon is a seasoned employment law attorney with extensive experience since 1998, focused on a wide range of employment-related issues including discrimination claims, employment contracts, and compliance with various employment laws. He has a significant background in representing both employees and employers in state and federal courts across the country, particularly in individual and class actions under major civil rights and employment statutes. Greg’s experience notably includes handling cases under Titles II and VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act, showcasing his proficiency in Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) matters.

The Reddy Law Firm, P.C.

K.P. Reddy

K.P. Reddy is a highly esteemed attorney, recognized nationally for his exceptional ability to secure outstanding outcomes for his clients. He has earned an AV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, indicating the pinnacle of professional excellence in legal ability and ethical standards. Further accolades include being named to Georgia’s Legal Elite and Super Lawyers lists, alongside a perfect 10.0/10.0 Superb rating by AVVO. With a law degree from Emory University, Reddy’s career began with a significant tenure as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Georgia, where he handled complex employment litigation, constitutional matters, and human resources policy. Now, his private practice manages a variety of cases that include employment and business litigation.

Barrett & Farahany

Amanda Farahany

Amanda is a distinguished attorney renowned for taking on and succeeding in challenging and significant cases, often attracting media attention for her impactful work. Her dedication to effecting societal change through the law has made her a prominent figure in the legal community. Amanda’s exceptional contributions to employment law have earned her numerous accolades, including being named “2024 Lawyer of the Year – Employment Law for Individuals” by Best Lawyers and receiving the 2023 Advocacy Award from NELA Georgia. Her recognition extends to being selected for Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers consistently, elected as a Fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Attorneys, and achieving listings such as the “Top 50 Women in Georgia” and the National Advocate’s Top 100 Lawyers. Notably, she played a key role in securing the largest race discrimination verdict in Georgia.