Michael M Freeland, Attorney
Freeland Law is a dedicated, aggressive, advocate of its client's interests in public and private employment matters including discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, wage claims, unemployment insurance benefits appeals, Federal EEO claims, and Federal MSPB claims.
With over eighteen years of litigation experience, Michael M. Freeland will provide you with personal attention at reasonable rates. Mr. Freeland's honesty and integrity are his hallmarks and can be relied upon without fail.
Mr. Freeland specializes in representing and counseling small business employers, private sector employees and government employees of all types including employees of Federal and State governments, schools, colleges, cities, counties, universities, and districts in such matters as:
Mr. Freeland has conducted state and federal trials and administrative hearings. He is proficient in handling all aspects of litigation, mediations, arbitrations, depositions, and law & motion matters. Mr. Freeland also has extensive appellate court experience, resulting in three published opinions by the Fourth District Court. He is a published contributor to San Diego Update Magazine and the San Diego Daily Transcript.
|Education:||Pepperdine University B.S.|
U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit 1990
Listing provided by FindLaw. How to update or change your listing?
|La Mesa Administrative Law Lawyer|
Benefits of New Minnesota Expungement Legislation
Over the summer, the Minnesota Legislature passed a bill overhauling Minnesota’s expungement laws by greatly expanding citizen’s abilities to seek an expungement and also giving judge’s more power to grant an expungement.
by John Leunig
Illinois Rail Safety Week Aims to Promote Pedestrian and Vehicle Safety
According to Operation Lifesaver, you are 40 times more likely to die in a crash with a train than you are to die in a vehicle crash.
by Francisco Botto
Contractors Reporting Business Benefits from Construction Safety Programs
Every year, millions of construction workers in the United States are injured on the job.
by Francisco Botto