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Cantey Hanger adds three attorneys and paralegal

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Attorneys David Fielding, Frank Parker and Laura Hallmon, the name partners at Fort Worth law firm Fielding, Parker and Hallmon, along with paralegal Eileen Cummo have joined the labor and employment practice group of Cantey Hanger LLP.

“The addition of David, Frank and Laura will strengthen the firm’s labor and employment expertise to a wide variety of clients and future clients,” said Jordan Parker, a partner and chairman of the firm’s litigation section.

Fielding has practiced labor and employment law for 42 years, with a focus in the areas of employment law, civil rights law, labor/management relations, wage and hour law, occupational safety and health law, and in the law of restrictive covenants prohibiting competition. He is a requested and recognized lecturer on sexual harassment in the workplace.

Fielding is a member of the American Bar Association, the Tarrant County Bar Association, the American Board of Trial Advocates and the National Employment Lawyer’s Association.

Parker has been involved with and focused on labor/management relations for more than 50 years, first as chief executive officer of a large local union for 10 years, and then as manager of industrial relations for a major oil company before attending law school.

Parker has worked in 49 states and several foreign countries. He was chairman of the Fort Worth chapter of the Texas Association of Business and served on that organization’s state board. He also served several terms as vice president of the Texas AFL-CIO.

Hallmon joined The Law Offices of David Fielding in 1999 upon graduation and became a partner with the firm in 2005. A Life Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, Hallmon is admitted to practice before each of the United States District Courts for the four districts of Texas as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Cummo has been a paralegal for 28 years. After having worked for several litigation offices in Fort Worth, she began working with Field in 1996. She is board certified in civil trial law through the State Bar of Texas and has been a member of the State Bar of Texas Paralegal Division throughout her career.

Betty Dillard


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