Wiley Walsh P.C. represents employees in state and federal court. In 2016, we obtained one of the top 100 jury verdicts in Texas for a client. Here are brief descriptions of some of our current cases. If you have experienced a similar situation, please call to schedule an appointment or fill out our online form.Government Whistleblower
Crampton v. Texas Department of Aging & Disability Services
We represent Ms. Crampton against DADS. The petition alleges that Ms. Crampton was terminated for reporting violations of law to Governor Abbott, Attorney General Paxton, the Office of the Inspector General, and others.
Escamilla v. Elliott
We represent Ms. Escamilla against Sheriff Pamela Elliott and Edwards County. The complaint alleges that Sheriff Elliott and Edwards County terminated and sought criminal indictment against Ms. Escamilla because of her race and her report of misconduct in the Edwards County jail.
Johnson v. Southwest Research Institute
We represent Ms. Johnson against Southwest Research Institute. The complaint alleges that Southwest Research discriminated against Ms. Johnson because of her gender and fired her for complaining about gender discrimination.
Alvarez v. Department of the Army
We represent Mr. Alvarez, a veteran, against the Department of Army. The complaint alleges that Mr. Alvarez was not promoted because of his disability and because of his complaint of discrimination.
Hamblin v. Humana Health Plan
We represent Ms. Hamblin against Humana. The petition alleges that Ms. Hamblin, a clinical nurse advisor, was discriminated and retaliated against because of her pregnancy and disability.
Greene v. Kempner Water Supply Corporation
We represent Ms. Greene against Kempner Water Supply. The petition alleges that Ms. Greene was terminated because of her age and disability.
Jiang v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
We represent Mr. Jiang in a lawsuit against TCEQ. The complaint alleges that Mr. Jiang was terminated because of his national origin, his complaints of discrimination, and because of his exercise of free speech.