The Linesch Firm, P.A. was established and is headed by David J. Linesch.  The Firm restricts its practice to Labor and Employment Law matters.

At The Linesch Firm, we believe the complexity of our legal system warrants a need for specialization.  This is why we limit our practice to Labor and Employment Law.  The Linesch Firm has handled a multitude of labor and employment cases in the Tampa Bay area and throughout the State of Florida, all with a strong commitment to preserving the rights of our clients.  Mr. Linesch has practiced Labor and Employment Law since 1982 and has the distinction of being one of only a few practitioners with experience representing both employers and employees in labor and employment matters.

The Linesch Firm is nationally recognized for its exceptional work on behalf of employees and its tenacious commitment to the Firm’s core values of Advocacy, Dignity, Respect, Knowledge, Justice and Results.

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Attorney David J. Linesch has practiced employment law for over 30 years.  He is Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law and has achieved the highest rating for professional skill and ethics pursuant to Martindale-Hubbell’s highly regarded peer review system.  Mr. Linesch has extensive trial experience before various federal and state tribunals throughout the United States, and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.

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The Linesch Firm is listed in the latest Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers – a distinction shared by only 5% of all law firms in the United States.  David J. Linesch was a Recipient of the Clearwater and St. Petersburg Housing Authorities Award of Appreciation for Pro Bono Representation in Labor and Employment Matters and is a recipient of the Pinellas County Urban League’s “Chairman’s Award.” Mr. Linesch holds the highest rating for professional excellence and ethics by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.  David J. Linesch was also recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2015 in the field of Employment Law (© 2014 by Woodward/White, Inc.)

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Employer’s Can’t Refuse Reasonable Religious Accommodations When Hiring Potential Employees

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