Probono

In addition to public service through volunteering and fundraising for local and national charitable organizations, our lawyers also provide pro bono legal services to several non-profit organizations. We believe our lawyers have a professional responsibility to provide legal services to those in need, and that pro bono service is an opportunity for the professional development and growth of all lawyers.

In addition to Firm-wide pro bono and public service projects, the Linesch Firm conducts a pro bono or low bono work in immigration cases; especially in asylum and refugee cases.

Non-Profit Pro Bono

The Linesch Firm provides pro bono representation to several non-profit organizations within the Tampa Bay area including the Pinellas County Urban League and the Clearwater and  St. Petersburg Housing Authorities.

Immigration Pro Bono

The Linesch Firm is dedicated to providing low bono or pro bono services on a case-by -case basis. The Linesch Firm’s Pro Bono section focuses on ending family based detention centers by providing pro bono legal aid to  help to mothers and children held in detention centers seeking asylum. Daniela Carrion has worked with various Non-Profit Organizations to be able to continue her work with asylees and refugees.

Volunteering and Community Engagement

The Linesch Firm is an avid believer in community engagement. Our attorneys and staff donate their time, energy, and resources to improve the quality of life in the local communities where we live and work by volunteering, and fundraising for local  charitable organizations.

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Daniela Carrion Interview: Trumps Plan on Immigration

Daniela Carrion Interview: Trumps Plan on Immigration

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As the President considers the possibility of an executive order to end citizenship for children of non-citizens born in the U.S., wait times on applications for those looking to become US citizens are rising. Right now, more than 700,000...
Know Your Rights: Pregnancy Discrimination

Know Your Rights: Pregnancy Discrimination

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It is unlawful for an employer to discriminate against any woman because of childbirth, pregnancy, or pregnancy-related medical conditions. According to the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA), employers with 15 or more employees are legally obligated...
Independent Contractor v. Employee Rights

Independent Contractor v. Employee Rights

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When being hired for a job, a worker’s classification as either an “Employee” vs. an “Independent Contractor” is often determinative of whether the worker is covered under certain laws which establish your rights within the...
Severance Pay: Employment Rights

Severance Pay: Employment Rights

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What is Severance pay? Severance pay is money that’s provided to an employee who is leaving the company for reasons other than retirement. Typically, the circumstances surrounding severance pay include layoffs, elimination of a position,...