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Fisher Phillips Strengthens Employment Law Practice with New Of Counsel in Houston


Houston, Texas (August 22, 2019) – Fisher Phillips, a national labor and employment law firm representing employers, announces the addition of Hollie Reiminger as Of Counsel in the firm’s Houston office. 

Reiminger has over a decade of labor and employment experience that includes work at international general practice firms. Prior to joining Fisher Phillips, she was counsel at Reed Smith, where her labor and employment practice focused on employment litigation, employment counseling and development of employment-related contracts and policies. 

At Fisher Phillips, Reiminger will continue to work heavily at the intersection of business and workplace issues, counseling clients on wage-and-hour compliance, state and federal leave laws, Americans with Disabilities Act accommodation requirements, workplace investigations, EEOC charge responses, I-9 compliance, employee drug testing, and employee discipline and terminations. She also has handled a wide variety of litigation matters, including contract disputes and trade secret litigation, and will continue assisting clients with these matters at the firm. 

“Hollie strengthens our Houston capabilities in providing employment counseling and assisting clients with implementing best practices that will help mitigate the risk of litigation,” said Stephen Roppolo, managing partner of the Houston office of Fisher Phillips. “When litigation is unavoidable, Hollie is a trusted trial lawyer who takes a strong stance for her clients in court. Her experience and talent bring added depth to our bench of attorneys. We welcome her to the firm and look forward to continued growth to serve our clients in Houston and across Texas.” 

Board-certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Reiminger earned her law degree from the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law and her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin.


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