Pines Federal

Eric Pines

Eric L. Pines, a nationally recognized federal employment lawyer and Chief Counsel for AFGE Local 1923, is dedicated to advocating for federal employees, with a particular focus on disability-related issues under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). He also helps guide employees through the process of Federal Employee Disability Retirement (OPM) when accommodations are not feasible. Pines’ extensive experience as a mediator, EEO technical writer, and expert witness underscores his commitment to ensuring fair treatment and support for disabled federal employees in the federal sector.

Pines Federal

Amanda Moreno

Amanda Moreno is the Supervising Litigation Attorney at Pines Federal with a decade of experience in federal employment law, particularly MSPB and EEO cases. Amanda’s professional journey began with roles that provided deep insights into the legal system, including serving as a law clerk and working at Legal Aid, before advancing to litigate in state, appellate, and federal courts across New York. Her approach to litigation combines strategic hard-nosed tactics with a compassionate understanding of her clients’ needs, ensuring thorough and honest assessments of their cases’ potential success.

Pines Federal

Elizabeth Matta

Elizabeth, a graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, developed a passion for employment law during her internship with the Administrative Law Judges at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Her experience extends to her legal aid work in Colorado, where she advocated for clients’ unemployment benefits. After moving to Texas, she joined the Pines Federal team in handling EEO cases.

Rosenberg & Associates

Gregg Rosenberg

Gregg Rosenberg has been a board certified Labor and Employment Law attorney in Texas since 1985. His broad experience encompasses EEO matters, from discrimination to reasonable accommodation. Primarily working in areas such as wrongful termination and overtime compensation, he has extensive knowledge regarding claims arising under various statutes including the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Tully Rinckey PLLC

Sean Timmons

Sean, a former US Army Captain with extensive experience in the JAG Corps, is a Managing Partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC. He oversees cases in military law, federal labor and employment law, security clearance, and insurance law. Sean has achieved full acquittals in court and martial trials globally, notably in cases related to military justice sexual assault. Beyond military law, he is an adept insurance coverage litigator and handles EEO cases.

Goldenzweig Law Group, PLLC

Stephen Goldenzweig

Stephen Goldenzweig boasts over a decade of experience representing individuals in personal injury and employment law cases. Notably, his background as a former insurance defense attorney equips him to navigate strategies used by insurers. Recognized as a top-rated attorney, Stephen’s commitment to his clients extends to employment law cases, showcasing his prowess in negotiating and litigating for optimal outcomes, including EEO matters.