Eric L. Pines is a renowned federal employment lawyer and mediator, serving as Chief Counsel for AFGE Local 1923 and in-house counsel for FEMA, Department of Defense, and Veteran Affairs unions. Mr. Pines is particularly dedicated to advocating for disabled federal employees, assisting them in obtaining reasonable accommodations under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (ADA) and pursuing Federal Employee Disability Retirement (OPM) when needed.
Tyler J. Sroufe is a graduate of The University of New Mexico and The University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He is currently a Senior Supervisory Attorney focused on issues impacting public sector employees, including EEOC and MSPB matters, disciplinary actions, and misconduct investigations. Mr. Sroufe also manages OPM Disability applications with a successful track record in achieving favorable outcomes.
Attorney Brad Harris has devoted his legal career to safeguarding individuals’ rights, particularly in federal employee disability cases. Graduating with honors from the University of Houston, he worked full-time while earning his law degree. In 1998, he established a nationwide practice representing federal employees in workers’ compensation, occupational disability, and employment disputes.
Attorney Stephen Goldenzweig has dedicated over a decade to protecting the rights of individuals, with a particular focus on federal employee disability and OPM matters. As a former Managing Partner of Pines Federal, he has experience litigating EEO, MSPB, and DAB cases from inception to trial. Recognized as a top-rated attorney, he received honors among the Super Lawyers Rising Stars for 2020-2024.
Aaron Wersing, founder of the Law Office of Aaron D. Wersing, is dedicated to assisting federal employees with a wide range of litigation and transactional matters, with a specific focus on federal employee disability and OPM issues. With extensive experience in federal government employment, Mr. Wersing has successfully helped numerous clients regain employment, address discriminatory practices, combat hostile work environments, secure reasonable accommodations, and more.