David J. Linesch is the Managing Partner of the Linesch Firm. He is Board Certified as an Employment Law Expert. David has practiced Labor and Employment Law since 1982. Born in Dayton, Ohio, David received his Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor Degree from The Ohio State University.… Read more
David J. Linesch is the Managing Partner of the Linesch Firm. He is Board Certified as an Employment Law Expert. David has practiced Labor and Employment Law since 1982. Born in Dayton, Ohio, David received his Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor Degree from The Ohio State University.
David has extensive trial experience before various Federal and State tribunals throughout the United States, and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. With over 35 years of experience, he has represented employees throughout the United States and in a variety of employment situations. David oversees every employment case directly, and personally meets with every potential client.David has been recognized by many local and national publications as one of the top Labor and Employment lawyers. His Firm is listed in the latest Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers – a distinction shared by only 5% of all law firms in the United States. Additionally, he is named one of “Tampa’s Best Lawyers” by the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Recently, David was also inducted into the Pinellas County Urban League’s Hall of Fame for his 20 years as a Board Member, Board Chairman, and Labor Counsel. Read less
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A black Multnomah County, Ore., sheriff’s deputy is filing a discrimination lawsuit against a local restaurant after, he says, he was made to prepay for his meal even though white customers were not asked to do the same, The Oregonian reports. Brian Eason has filed a $100,000 discrimination suit against a Vancouver, Wash., Elmer’s Restaurant […]
The Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority has settled a wrongful termination lawsuit filed under the state’s whistleblower protection law for $250,000, ending litigation between the agency and former Director of Central Service Scott Bundy, who said he was fired after reporting what he alleged to be illegal activities involving former MUA Commissioner Patrick L. Bottazzi. […]
Admitted in 1982, Ohio (Inactive)
Fixed hourly rates
Fixed fees available
Class of 1982
The Ohio State University
Class of 1979
Born in 1956
Dayton, Ohio, December 31, 1956
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