Representation you can Trust

Representing Employees For Over 20 Years

Christine Neill and Jane Legler Byrne have devoted their practice entirely to representation of employees in disputes with their employers, throughout the state of Texas. With our decades of experience and board certifications in labor and employment law, we offer employees representation they can trust. Our numerous clients have included executives of public and private companies, first line managers and other employees in a wide array of businesses. We assist employees on matters involving employment contracts, severance packages, hostile workplace harassment and termination. By working with clients to protect their interests, and to understand their options, including aggressive pursuit of litigation when warranted, we achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients. Our extensive involvement in litigation of employment claims over the years, including hundreds of depositions and court hearings as well as pursuit of numerous cases through trial and arbitration, ensures our clients have the benefit of experienced representation.

Board Certified, Labor and Employment Law

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Christine Neill Jane Legler Byrne

Christine Neill                                              Jane Legler Byrne

3141 Hood Street, Suite 310
Dallas, Texas 75219
Office: (214) 748-7777
Fax: (214) 748-7778

Practice Areas

  • Age Discrimination
  • Employment Contracts
  • Equal Pay Act
  • Family & Medical Leave Act
  • Sex Discrimination
  • Retaliation Discrimination
  • Pregnancy Discrimination
  • Race Discrimination
  • Religious Discrimination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Veteran/Military Employment Rights
  • Unpaid Overtime/ Misclassification (FLSA)
  • Whistleblower Cases
  • Wrongful Termination
  • National Origin Discrimination
  • Severance Agreements
  • Disability Discrimination