Eric L. Pines is a nationally recognized federal employment lawyer, mediator, and attorney business coach. He represents federal employees and acts as in-house counsel for over fifty thousand federal employees through his work as a federal employee labor union representative. A formal federal employee himself, Mr. Pines began his federal employment law career as in-house counsel for AFGE Local 1923 which is in Social Security Administration’s headquarters and is the largest federal union local in the world.
Kevin L. Owen, a partner at Gilbert Employment Law, P.C., is a seasoned attorney with significant experience in handling MSPB cases. He authored “Litigating Adverse Actions Before the MSPB” in the Spring 2013 Edition of Trial Reporter, showcasing his expertise in this area. Owen’s background includes clerking for the Office of Legal Counsel of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the National Treasury Employees Union’s Office of General Counsel, further enriching his experience in federal sector employment law.
As a lead attorney at Snider & Associates, LLC, Jacob Y. Statman has a particular focus on MSPB, EEO complaints, and federal employment contracts. He is actively involved in the firm’s wage and hour cases, including FLSA class and collective actions, representing a substantial number of employees nationwide. Jacob has a proven track record of successfully handling numerous cases, contributing significantly to the recovery of hundreds of millions of dollars for clients.
Ariel Solomon, founder of Solomon Law Firm, PLLC, has established herself as a prominent attorney with a focus on MSPB, whistleblower, wrongful termination, and sexual harassment cases. Her experience extends to appearances before the MSPB, U.S. Office of Special Counsel, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and State and Federal Courts in New York. Recognized for her impactful work, Solomon has received accolades, including being named to The Business Journals’ Influencers National List of Notable Attorneys and selected as a 40 under 40 honoree.
Andrew Perlmutter focuses on plaintiff-side employment law, particularly in the federal sector. With a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center, he gained valuable experience in the Harrison Institute for Public Law Policy Clinic, representing governmental and non-profit clients in regulatory matters. He also has experience working the Department of State, Congress, and the Pennsylvania General Assembly, giving him unique insights into federal employment litigation.
With over 30 years of experience, Alan Lescht is a distinguished employment lawyer in Washington, DC, renowned for his experience in MSPB cases. As the founding partner of Alan Lescht and Associates, PC, he has garnered accolades from Newsweek, Washingtonian Magazine, Super Lawyers, and the Top Ten Leaders Program, establishing him as one of DC’s premier employment attorneys. Alan has a proven track record in representing clients in employment discrimination, civil rights, and commercial litigation, winning numerous notable trials.