Angela D. Green

Shareholder Dallas

Ms. Green is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Labor and Employment Law.  Ms. Green has extensive experience representing and advising management in labor and employment matters.  She frequently defends employers facing discrimination, harassment, and other employment-related claims in federal and state court and before administrative agencies.  Ms. Green spends a considerable portion of her practice representing employers in wage and hour collective actions.  Her work also includes assisting clients with FLSA compliance.  For example, Ms. Green was asked to audit the compensation practices of one of the country’s largest employers.  Ms. Green also prosecutes and defends actions on behalf of employers involving constructive discharge, breach of employment agreements and other contractual matters.

Ms. Green has personally handled all aspects of the litigation process, including valuable trial experience involving both jury and bench trials.  In addition to her labor and employment practice, Ms. Green has represented businesses, governmental entities and individuals in matters involving business and commercial disputes, contract disputes, products liability, personal injury, condemnation and complex torts. Ms. Green has not only represented private entities, but has also represented governmental entities in the public sector.

Originally from Texas, Ms. Green received her J.D. from the University of Memphis - Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in 2003, where she graduated summa cum laude, received numerous accolades and awards, and served as a Lead Editor of the University of Memphis Law Review.


Professional Activities and Speeches

Speeches:

  • Ogletree Deakins Workplace Strategies Seminar - ''Changing the Culture, Not Checking the Box: Management Training in Today’s Workplace'' - Phoenix - May 10, 2018

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Media Quotes

November 01, 2017 - HR Dive - "As the clocks turn back this weekend, don't forget FLSA rules"
October 2014 - HR Magazine - "Workweek Need Not Maximize Overtime Pay"
August 07, 2014 - SHRM.org - "Workweek Need Not Maximize Overtime Pay to Comply with FLSA"

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