Labor and employment cases aren’t “quick hits.” If you decide to pursue litigation against your employer, you will be in for a fight. The lawyer representing your employer will be well-versed in employment law, and will leave no stone unturned in attempting to defeat your claim. Amanda knows the routine, and you can be assured that these attempts will be answered in kind.
Amanda has been Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2009. She was named a Texas Super Lawyer in 2013, 2014 and 2015, as well as Rising Star in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Amanda graduated with honors from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2003. She has devoted her legal career to practicing labor and employment law, having worked for some of the preeminent plaintiff-side labor and employment law firms in Texas before operating her own firm, The Reichek Firm, PLLC, from 2009 through 2015.
Amanda’s recent articles and lectures include:
- Co-Author, Recent Developments under the National Labor Relations Act, State Bar of Texas Advanced Employment Law Course (2008)
- Co-Author, Interstate Battles over Covenants Not to Compete / Injunctive Relief, State Bar of Texas, Advanced Employment Law Course (2009)
- Author / Speaker, Labor Law Retaliation, The University of Texas School of Law Sixteenth Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference (2009)
- Author / Speaker, Recent Developments in Covenants Not to Compete, Dallas Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section (2011)
- Co-Author / Speaker, Social Media and the National Labor Relations Act, State Bar of Texas Advanced Employment Law Course (2011)
- Speaker, Concerted Activity, Social Media, and the National Labor Relations Act, Dallas-Fort Worth Employment Lawyers Association (2012)
- Speaker, Plaintiff Lawyers Panel: Their Thoughts, Strategies, and How They Size Up Whether to Sue a Company; Roundtable: Living the Life: How to be a Plaintiff’s Lawyer: Accepting and Rejecting Clients, Limited Engagement Letters, Representing Multiple Plaintiffs, 26th Annual Employment Law Conference, South Texas College of Law (2013)
- Speaker, Good Witness, Bad Witness: The Miniseries; Roundtable: Living the Life: Learning How to be a Plaintiff’s Lawyer, 27th Annual Employment Law Conference, South Texas College of Law (2014)
- Speaker, What To Do When An Employee Gets Arrested, HR Dallas Panel Presentation (2015)
- Speaker, Representing the Individual, and Getting it Resolved, 2015 Non-Compete Camp, University of Texas School of Law (2015)
- Speaker, Guns, Ganja and the Gumshoeing Employee: New Challenges for the Workplace, Dallas Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section (2016)
- Speaker, Discovery Dialogue: Conducting Effective Discovery Under Subchapter F, Texas School Law Retreat (2016)