Areyana Johnson
Austin/Houston Employment
Trial Lawyer Areyana Johnson

On May 31, 2024, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) Final Walkaround Rule went into effect. Initially published on April 1, 2024, the new rule amends 29 C.F.R. 1903.8(c). This rule sets forth the guidelines on who is permitted to be present for an OSHA inspection.

What is

Harjeen Zibari
Dallas Employment Trail Lawyer Harjeen Zibari

After signing a severance agreement, employees are understandably eager to be paid the funds they are owed. That’s why many employees are often frustrated to hear that they will not be paid immediately signing a severance. For workers over 40, there’s a very specific legal reason for this.


Harjeen Zibari
Dallas Employment Trail Lawyer Harjeen Zibari

Employment is a really unique area of law. In Texas and federally, you cannot go straight to filing a lawsuit against your employer after they have violated your rights. This is how employment law seriously differs from, say, personal injury, where you could file a lawsuit pretty immediately.


Areyana Johnson
Austin/Houston Employment Trial Lawyer Areyana Johnson

Yes, it’s true. You have a duty to engage in the interactive process after submitting an accommodation request to your employer. The inquiry does not end after submission of your request. This blog will dive deeper into what is required by the employee during the interactive process.

Interactive Process

Rachel Bethel
Austin/Houston Employment Trial Lawyer Rachel Bethel


In nursing, anti-retaliation laws can play a pivotal role in shaping professional conduct, ensuring patient safety, protecting nurses, and maintaining the integrity of the nursing profession. One critical provision is the Texas Occupations Code § 301. This chapter, called the Nursing Practice Act, enumerates legal protections for nurses

Paige Melendez
Houston Employment Trial Lawyer Paige Melendez

In the legal realm, there are various procedures and outcomes that can unfold during the course of a case. One such outcome, is a default judgment. When one party fails to respond or participate in legal proceedings, it can trigger a series of events leading to a default judgment.

Cameron Hansen
Austin/Houston Employment Trial Lawyer Cameron Hansen

As a plaintiff’s employment attorney, I have seen firsthand the frustrating
impact that non-compete agreements can have on employees. These
agreements often place significant restrictions on employees’ ability to
move freely in their careers and can limit their opportunities for growth
and advancement. The Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) recent

In our fantastically diverse world, understanding and accommodating various religious practices is essential for fostering inclusivity and respect within communities, workplaces, and society as a whole. One such practice deserving attention and accommodation is Ramadan, a sacred month observed by Muslims worldwide.

Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is observed by Muslims as