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Attorney Holly Williams Listed Among 2020 Texas Super Lawyers

02 Dec, 2020

Williams Law Firm, P.C. is proud to announce that firm founder Holly Williams has once again earned recognition among this year’s Texas Super Lawyers. Ms. Williams has been recognized each year since 2015 for her work in labor and employment law. “Whether for employers or employees, I am passionate about…

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Attorney Holly Williams Talks Disability in Texas Bar Journal

14 Oct, 2020

In the October issue of The Texas Bar Journal, attorney Holly Williams penned an article examining the definition of “disability” under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), specifically the third prong, applying to individuals who are “regarded as” disabled. In “‘Regarded as’ Claims Under the ADA and TCHRA: Advantage and…

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Midland-based Holly Williams Named to Texas Super Lawyers List

07 Sep, 2018

MIDLAND, Texas – The founding partner of Midland-based employment firm Williams Law Firm P.C., Holly Williams, has earned a spot on the 2018 Texas Super Lawyers listing. Ms. Williams was selected for her work in the area of labor and employment law, an area she has been selected for every…

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West Texas Jury Returns $1M Sexual Harassment, Pregnancy Discrimination Verdict Against Oilfield Services Company

07 Jun, 2018

Company founded by high school, NFL star assessed $800,000 in punitive damages MIDLAND, Texas – A federal jury in Midland has returned a $1 million sexual harassment and pregnancy discrimination verdict against Odessa-based oilfield services company Brinkerhoff Inspection Inc. doing business as SMOB. The $1.008 million verdict returned on Wednesday…

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Odessa Woman Wins $600,000 Verdict in Sex Discrimination Case Against UPS

25 Feb, 2013

MIDLAND, Texas – A federal court jury in Midland, Texas, has awarded a $600,000 verdict against United Parcel Service (UPS) in a sexual discrimination lawsuit filed by a former driver for the package-delivery giant. The verdict represents the culmination of a four-year legal battle between Odessa resident Amber Ibarra and…

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Distinguished Professor Files Free Speech Retaliation Suit Against Texas Tech

10 Dec, 2012

LUBBOCK, Texas – A distinguished professor at Texas Tech University’s Rawls College of Business has filed a federal lawsuit based on claims that school officials violated his First Amendment right to freedom of speech by blocking him from two high-profile promotions in retaliation for his views in opposition to tenure.

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