Texas Lawyer Wayne Goralski
An experienced employment lawyer fighting for your rights
Attorney Wayne Goralski , labor and employment lawyer, as the Supervising Staff Attorney in the Houston Police Department’s Chief’s Command, supervised police and civilian attorneys responsible for employment and labor law matters as well as filling the role of Commander of the Houston Police Department’s Disciplinary Action Unit, Internal Affairs Review Squad and Health and Safety Unit. These staff employment lawyers reviewed and provided legal counsel to the Chief of Police regarding all aspects of the department’s legal affairs and actions in the legal environment, including adherence to the U.S. and Texas Constitutions, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure and Texas Rules of Evidence, Texas Penal Code, federal and state civil rights, local government code, government code, federal and state contracts, labor contracts, police tort and civil liability, Freedom of Information Act, Texas Open Records Act, employment law, Federal Fair Labor Standards Act, Equal Employment Opportunity Act, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Texas Workers Compensation Act, labor and contract arbitration, and municipal ordinances. Wayne Goralski, labor and employment lawyer, also served as legal counsel to the Administrative Personnel Committee on sensitive employment law matters regarding physical and mental fitness for duty.
Lawyer Wayne Goralski is based in Harris County, Galleria/Uptown, 770 South Post Oak Lane, Ste 620, Houston, TX 77056.
Houston Employment Attorney Wayne Goralski will provide legal counsel in the following matters:
Houston Employment Lawyer, Wayne Goralski, is available to assist you with Labor and Employment Law matters concerning EEOC and Civil Rights Division investigations, Age Discrimination, Racial Discrimination, Gender and Sexual Discrimination, Disability Discrimination, Texas Workforce Commission claims, and sexual harassment matters, employment agreements, arbitration, employee screening, privacy and confidentiality issues, benefits, employee discipline, wrongful termination, and general employment practices and policy issues.