Thom K. Cope, a partner with Udall Law Firm, received a decisive victory for our client in a pregnancy discrimination case against her employer, Homeland Security Border and Customs Protection after she was put on light duty within a day of announcing she was pregnant. The trial was held before an EEOC Administrative Law Judge who found in favor of our client, awarding her emotional distress damages, back pay, and attorney’s fees.
Udall Law Firm has a full service employment and labor law practice. From employment litigation and representation proceedings to collective bargaining and human relations, our attorneys are equipped and ready to handle a full range of labor and employment related matters. Our lawyers regularly assist and advise employers by providing counsel pertaining to state and federal compliance, wage and hour issues as well as OSHA. Udall attorneys are intimately familiar with all state and federal employment laws, including Title VII, Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, USERRA and Family and Medical Leave Act.
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