Effective Counsel For Government Issues And Labor And Employment Law
Begley Law Firm, PLLC, in Jackson offers exemplary legal representation for individuals or business owners with labor and employment disputes, state and local government obstacles and other legal problems.
Providing Legal Advocacy For Clients In Jackson, Mississippi, And Throughout The State
Elevated Experience For Complicated Employment And Labor Law Concerns
Sam Begley’s experience encompasses representing clients involved in a wide range of labor and employment conflicts, such as discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, employment contracts and noncompete agreements or wage and hour disagreements. He has assisted state and federal employees – counting those working in public and schools – with labor relations conflicts, whistleblower and Qui Tam and ERISA arguments. He has assisted his clients with protecting their civil and constitutional rights. Voting, due process, equal protection and free speech for example. Sam has represented clients at hearings and licensure before administrative agencies and boards.
A Knowledgeable Approach For Contending With State And Local Government Law
There is a certain formula required – a mixture of knowledge, confidence and diplomacy – to successfully go before state and federal agencies. Attorney Sam Begley has years of experience on both sides of federal, state and local government issues. He has navigated through matters involving government contracts, public records, and compliance with ethics in government laws; city and county government, including zoning, annexation, public finance, personnel, and public contracts; legislation, such as bill drafting and legal analysis of bills and statutes; campaigns, elections, and political law, as well as election contests and campaign financial compliance.
Meet Sam Begley
Before going to law school, Sam Begley worked for a year each in the offices of Mississippi governor William Winter and Jackson Mayor Dale Danks. After graduating from law school, he served as a law clerk to Judge Walter Nixon and Magistrate Judge Britt Singletary of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi in Biloxi. During his senior year in college, he was an intern at the Joint Committee for Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review (PEER) of the Mississippi Legislature.
During his career, he has chaired the labor and employment law and gaming law sections of the Mississippi Bar. Attorney Begley is AV Preeminent peer-review rated* through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating.
Entrepreneurs Make Mississippi A Better Place
Small business owners and nonprofit organizers help to make this state a better place to live and work for all of us. Whatever stage your business is in, let Sam Begley help you establish a solid foundation for your business or nonprofit organization. With vast experience in employment and labor law as well as state and local government regulations, he can help you anticipate pitfalls of compliance and government red tape many new and established business owners run into from time to time. He can help you with small business and nonprofit organization creation and governance; construction; environmental regulation; casino gaming and charitable bingo regulation; and medical cannabis regulation.
Selected Unreported Court Cases
West Rankin Utility Authority v. City of Jackson, Rankin Co. Circuit Ct. No. 61CI1:15-cv-00089
(dispute over wastewater treatment agreement; represented the City)
City of Jackson v. Jackson Zoological Society, Inc., Hinds County Chancery Court No. 25CH1:19-cv-01216
(dispute with Zoo Board; represented the City)
Allen v. City Of Jackson (Water Billing System), Hinds Co. Chancery Ct Cause No. G-2019-782
(class action lawsuit; represented the City)
City of Jackson Mississippi, v. Expert Professional Solutions LLC. Hinds County Circuit Court No. 25CO1:20-cv-00849-LCS
(suit to recover unauthorized payments to contractor; represented the City)
Jackson v. City of Jackson, U.S. Dist. Ct. S.D. Miss. No. 3:20-cv-00719-DPJ-FKB
(federal court water billing class action case; represented the City)
In re the Estate of Robert D. Childers, Deceased, Hinds County Chancery Court No. 17-359
(represented the City of Jackson in a dispute with the executor over a bequest to the Jackson Zoo)
A Lawyer In Your Corner Can Make A Significant Difference
Sam Begley Is A Lawyer Who Will Help You Confidently Move Through Your Legal Problem