Judith Sadler leads Diggs & Sadler‘s Houston employment law practice. She is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Labor and Employment law. She practiced for over 30 years and is highly experienced in both the labor and employment sides of the practice. On the labor side, she has represented management in union elections, arbitrations and other matters, and on the employment side, she has engaged in substantial litigation including cases in state and federal courts, arbitrations, and EEOC matters. She has experience in a wide range of practice areas, including:
- Equal Employment Opportunity (EEOC) claims
- Family Medical Leave Act
- American with Disabilities Act
- Fair Labor Standards Act
- Wage and hour law
- Covenants not to compete
- Employment contracts
- Severance agreements
- Employment handbooks
- Class actions
Judie Sadler has experience at both the trial and appellate stages in state and federal court. She also advises clients on day-to-day employment law issues that arise in their businesses.
A Team-Based Approach
When you hire one attorney at Diggs & Sadler, you receive the experience, knowledge and insight of our team.
Always Prepared for Trial
Our attorneys prepare for war so we can negotiate peace. We are not afraid to go to trial if it is in the client's best interest.
Each case is reviewed by our team to ensure we are crafting a case strategy that will help you achieve a satisfactory result.
We Put Clients First
At our firm, the client drives our goals. We put you and your needs first while focusing on providing a personalized approach for your unique case.
Judie Sadler is joined in the firm’s employment law practice by Rachel Sedita, who is also Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal specialization, and Cindy Diggs, who is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law.
If you have questions about your businesses policies, handbooks, contracts, reprimands, and other management questions, our attorneys can help guide you and help you protect your business and yourself from liability.
If your employer violates your rights, our Houston labor and employment attorneys can help you. For some violations, such as wage and hour violations, you may be able to recover pay that you are owed for the labor you have already performed. Contact us at (713) 766-5355 to speak with a labor and employment lawyer today.
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