Published on October 15, 2016 Employee Wins $50,000 Settlement in Race and Gender Retaliation Case
The Holloway Firm reached a confidential settlement on behalf of an employee against his employer for non-selection, failure to promote and discrimination based on race (African American) and gender (male).
Published on September 30, 2016 Federal Employee Wins $8,300.00 in Disability Accommodation Case
The Holloway Firm reached a confidential settlement on behalf of a federal employee against her employer for failure to provide a reasonable accommodation.
Published on July 29, 2016 Fired Probation Officer Wins $310,000 Settlement in Whistleblower Case
The Holloway Firm represented an Atlanta-based Probation Officer who was terminated after he reported errors and inappropriate conduct in a local probation office. As a result of the Probation Officer making the brave decision to come forward, a wrongfully jailed citizen was released from jail. The Holloway Firm assisted the Probation Officer in a lawsuit filed against the Department of Corrections and ultimately negotiated at $310,000 settlement. Learn more about the case by clicking here to watch a news clip.
Published on June 3, 2016 Police Officer Wins 5-Figure Settlement in Retaliation Case
The Holloway Firm recently assisted a police officer in a Complaint filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for workplace retaliation. The police officer helped and supported another police officer who had filed a Complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for sexual harassment. As a result of assisting the co-worker, the police officer was assigned to a less desirable shift, had duties taken away from him and was ostracized by his employer. The Holloway Firm assisted the police officer with filing his Complaint as well as negotiating a settlement with the employer.
Published on May 20, 2016 Fired Receptionist Wins $50,000 Settlement
The Holloway Firm assisted an Atlanta based receptionist in a suit against a former private employer. The receptionist, who has a visible disability, was terminated and replaced by someone without a physical disability. The office manager filed the receptionist in an attempt to “change the look of the front office”. The receptionist originally filed a complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and contacted The Holloway Firm after she received a Right to Sue Letter. The Holloway Firm filed suit in the Northern District of Georgia, United States District Court. The employer reached out to The Holloway Firm to settle the case within one week of the filing of the Complaint.
Published on January 7, 2016 Fired Water Employee Wins Hearing to Get Job Back
The Holloway Firm was pleased to assist this client in getting her job back and back pay for the 17 months that she was out of work. Whistleblower employees are protected by state and federal laws. If you see/hear something improper, you should be able to report it without fear of retaliation. Watch the video to learn more.
Published on December 02, 2015 “Suit: City Worker Fired After Claiming Drinking Water Could Be Unsafe”
The Holloway Firm, in conjunction with co-counsel Harry Daniels of Daniels & Cauble P.C. filed a whistleblower suit against the City of Atlanta, Mayor Reed, the Watershed Department and other city officials on behalf of a former employee. The suit alleges that the former attorney was terminated after she informed the City of Atlanta that certain practices may lead to the contamination of the City’s drinking water. In the suit, the former employee is seeking $3 million in damages.
Published on November 18, 2015 Attorney Samantha Holloway Discusses Why She Practices Law
On the popular podcast, Navigating the Career Jungle, Attorney Samantha Holloway sat down with Best Selling Author, Jacqueline Twillie, to discuss her pathway to success in the legal profession. During the interview, Attorney Holloway shares that “there are so many opportunities available to you if you go after them.”
Published on October 21, 2015 Attorney Samantha Holloway Moderates Debate for East Point City Council Candidates
On October 21, 2015, Attorney Samantha Holloway moderated a debate for candidates for the East Point City Council. The debate was sponsored by the Tau Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the Georgia State Conference of the NAACP, and the National Pan-Hellenic Council of Greater Atlanta.
Published on July 30, 2015 Attorney Samantha Holloway Leads Workshop for Small Business Owners & Entrepreneurs
On July 29, 2015, Attorney Samantha Holloway lead a workshop for small business owners and entrepreneurs providing attendees with information about legal issues that, if not addressed, can result in costly litigation. The legal issues are in the areas of business law, employment law, and cyber law,