Lawyer Directory>Search for Labor & Employment Law Lawyers>Search for Federal Personnel Lawyers

Browsing for Federal Personnel Attorneys and Law Firms

Select your state to narrow your search for Federal Personnel lawyers, then choose a city
Pierre V. Miller, Attorney at Law
(504)527-5400
400 Poydras Street Suite 1680
New Orleans, LA 70130
Admiralty & Maritime Law, Bankruptcy Law, Contracts, Insurance Litigation, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment Law, Litigation, Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice
Louisiana lawyer Pierre V. Miller professional profile

Flash version  or greater is required

Your version is

Please download latest version from here

Workers' Compensation Attorney James Murphy
Workers' Compensation Attorney James Murphy
1:54 min
Griffin Law Georgia
Griffin Law Georgia
1:05 min
Gary Bakke, Attorney  Wisconsin
Gary Bakke, Attorney Wisconsin
7:14 min
GA Immigration Attorney Laine Posel
GA Immigration Attorney Laine Posel
0:42 min
Attorney Scott Anderson SC
Attorney Scott Anderson SC
3:19 min
Employment Law Attorneys: Washington DC, Maryland
Employment Law Attorneys: Washington DC, Maryland
1:06 min
Accident Lawyer - Kentucky  Kevin J. Renfro
Accident Lawyer - Kentucky Kevin J. Renfro
0:30 min
The Law Office of Jennifer L Coriell
The Law Office of Jennifer L Coriell
1:01 min
Business Law Attorney Samuel K. Darling WA
Business Law Attorney Samuel K. Darling WA
1:17 min
Lawyer, Andrew Schultz, Manchester, NH
Lawyer, Andrew Schultz, Manchester, NH
1:11 min
Book of the Day in our Store
Share it on TwitterFacebook
The Myth of the Litigious Society: Why We Don't Sue (Chicago Series in Law and Society)The Myth of the Litigious Society: Why We Don't Sue (Chicago Series in Law and Society)
by David M. Engel
  • List Price: $24.00
  • Price: $16.52
  • You Save: $7.48 (31%)
from $15.10
View
LAW DICTIONARY

Related legal terms and Law definition:

child support
A monthly payment, usually court-ordered, that a noncustodial parent must pay to cover his/her share of the cost of raising his/her child. The amount of child support is determined based on number of factors, such as income of parents, number of children, the age of the child, the financial resources and earning ability of the parent, and the value of … Full Definition »
Divorce & Separation >> Family Law