EMPLOYMENT LAW ATTORNEY

over twenty years of TRUSTED EXPERIENCE

Chris McJunkin is recognized as a trusted and experienced employment law litigator in the South Texas region.

EMPLOYMENT AND WORKPLACE PROBLEMS?

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    • Wrongfully Fired?
    • Passed Over for Promotion?

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  • Not Paid Overtime for Hours over 40?
  • Retaliation by Employer?
  • Being Discriminated Against?
  • Not Paid for All Hours Worked?

Employees often experience problems regarding their employer, supervisors, co-workers, their workplace and being paid.  Have you been wrongfully fired? Are you being subjected to discrimination?  Have you been passed over for a promotion?  Has your employer retaliated against you?  Are you being paid for all the time that you work? Are you being paid hourly overtime for working over 40 hours per week?  Contact us today.  The Law Office of Chris McJunkin is ready to assist you with your employment law case.  Contact us today.  By appointment only.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

HOSTILITY OR DISCRIMINATE
  Discrimination is being treated differently based upon a protected trait. Federal and State Employment laws make it...
UNPAID OVERTIME
  The Fair Labor Standards Act, known as the FLSA, divides employees into groups of those exempt from the FLSA and...
RETALIATION AND WHISTLE BLOWERS
Federal and State Employment Laws make it unlawful for an employer to retaliate against an employee who has engaged in a...
CONSTITUTION CLAIMS
  42 USC Sec. 1983 provides:  Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom or usage, of...
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MEET CHRIS McJUNKIN

Chris McJunkin

 

Experienced Trial and Appellate Attorney protecting the rights of employees

in State and Federal Courts.

Admission

* Admitted State Bar of Texas 1991 * Admitted United States District Court, Southern District of Texas 2000 * Admitted United States District Court, Western District of Texas 2011 * Admitted Federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals 2001 * Member State Bar of Texas Labor and Employment Law Section

Areas of Practice

* Discrimination (Age; Sex, Race, Color, National Origin; Religious; Pregnancy, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Stereotyping, Transgender; Disability) * Retaliation * Unpaid Overtime * Wrongful Termination * Whistleblower Claims * Sexual Harassment * Hostile Work Environments * Family Medical Leave Act * Administrative Proceedings and Appeals * Appeals of Trial Court decisions

Representative Cases

REPORTED APPELLATE COURT DECISIONS * Bazan v. Hidalgo County, 246 F.3d 481 (U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals 2001) * Carlow v Rivera, 561 Fed.Appx. 367 (U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals 2014) * Monroe v. Corpus Christi Indep.School District, 234 Fed.Appx. 213, (U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals 2014) * Johnson v Hoechst Celanese Corp, 127 S.W.3d 875 (13th Court of Appeals, Corpus Christi, 2004) * Wiltshire v. Humpal Physical Therapy, P.C., 2005, Tex.App.LEXIS 7150, (13th Court of Appeals, Corpus Christi, 2005) * Muniz v Wal-Mart Stores, Inc, 2000 Tex.App.LEXIS 2186 (13th Court of Appeals, Corpus Christi, 2000) * Texas A&M Univ. v Vanzante, 159 S.W.3d 791, (13th Court of Appeals, Corpus Christi, 2005) * In the Interests of G.G.L., 2007 Tex.App.LEXIS 6774 (13th Court of Appeals, Corpus Christi, 2007) * Wal-mart Stores, Inc. v Renteria, 52 S.W.3d 848 (4th Court of Appeals, San Antonio, 2001) * Hernandez v Grey Wolf Drilling, L.P., 350 S.W.3d 281 (4th Court of Appeals, 2011)
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