Pines Federal

Eric Pines

Eric L. Pines stands out as a distinguished federal employment attorney and mediator, holding the position of Chief Counsel for AFGE Local 1923 while also serving as in-house counsel for unions within FEMA, the Department of Defense, and Veteran Affairs. His commitment shines through in his focus on championing the rights of disabled federal employees. He works tirelessly to secure reasonable accommodations under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (ADA) and helps clients navigate the process of Federal Employee Disability Retirement (OPM).

Pines Federal

Michael Kleinman

Michael Kleinman is a seasoned attorney with a broad spectrum of knowledge in federal employment law. Known for his methodical analysis, compassionate attention to detail, and persuasive arguments, Michael is committed to securing favorable outcomes for his clients. With a focus on federal disability employment benefits, Michael brings invaluable experience to his practice. Prior to joining Pines Federal, he represented numerous clients in their pursuit of Social Security Disability Benefits, honing his skills in advocating for the rights of the disabled.

Pines Federal

Amanda Moreno

With an impressive background in federal employment law, Amanda Moreno excels as the Supervising Litigation Attorney at Pines Federal, where her experience in OPM disability retirement shines. She received her JD from Hofstra University and began serving as a law clerk. Her legal journey, from working at Legal Aid to litigating in state and federal courts across New York, has honed her skills in fighting for federal employees’ rights. Her track record is filled with successful cases and substantial settlements, underpinned by her dedication to providing realistic case assessments and securing favorable resolutions for her clients in OPM disability retirement matters.

Harris Federal Employee Law Firm

Brad Harris

Brad Harris has dedicated his professional career to protecting the rights of federal employees, with a special emphasis on cases involving disability matters. He graduated with distinction from the University of Houston, demonstrating his commitment to excellence. Balancing his studies with full-time work, he earned his law degree through sheer determination. In 1998, he founded a thriving nationwide practice focused on advocating for federal employees in a variety of legal arenas, including occupational disability, workers’ compensation, and employment disputes.

The Devadoss Law Firm

Bobby Devadoss

Bobby Devadoss is a seasoned attorney renowned for his experience in navigating a diverse array of labor and employment cases. Following his graduation from law school with honors, Bobby’s clear career path led him to the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA), where he served as a federal labor attorney. During his tenure, Bobby tackled a multitude of complex cases spanning various facets of federal sector labor-employment law. Bobby was sought out by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), where he represented FAA’s management for several years. However, Bobby ultimately established his own law firm, where he now exclusively represents federal employees.

Andalman & Flynn

Elliott Andalman

Elliott Andalman has an extensive track record of representing thousands of workers in disability claims stemming from a wide range of emotional and physical illnesses and injuries. With experience assisting federal employees and postal workers across all 50 states with disability retirement claims, Elliott also provides comprehensive support on various related federal employment matters. Throughout his career, Elliott has collaborated with esteemed organizations such as the Maryland Disability Law Center, the Maryland American Civil Liberties Union, University Legal Services, and more.