Employment Law

Employment Law

At SMITH ∙ ROSE ∙ FINLEY, we work with business clients to determine whether or not an employee's legal rights have been violated. We represent private and public sector employers in all aspects of employment law. We also work with employers on a preventative basis to help them avoid situations that could result in liability. When litigation is necessary, we have the experience and personal relationship skills that our clients count on for success in all aspects of employment law.

Our firm represents employers on a consultative basis and throughout the litigation process, with regard to issues including:

Employment Contracts

Employment Handbooks


Sexual Harassment

Workplace Safety

Retaliation Claims

State and Federal Wage and Hour Laws

Wrongful Termination

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Hearings

American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Issues


We have handled litigation in state, federal and appellate courts and have represented clients before the EEOC as well as at local administrative hearings. Attorney Dana Banks concentrates her practice on employment law issues. She advises employers regarding employee manuals, termination rights, alcohol and drug policies, and a host of other matters, both from a preventative perspective and in litigation.

If you wish to discuss an issue related to employment law, please call us at (325) 600-4319 or contact Dana Banks to discuss the ways in which our law firm can help.

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At Smith • Rose • Finley we know how to achieve peaceful resolutions for clients, but we are also ready to fight for you at trial if need be. With a former Chairman of the Texas Board of Legal Specialization at our firm, a team of Board Certified specialists, and a lawyer included in 20 Under 40, our prestigious firm offers the experienced, high-caliber advocacy that you deserve.

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