Attorneys Bernie and Christina Mazaheri seek to represent the proverbial Davids against the Goliaths. If you believe you have been treated unfairly by a corporation for any matter please provide a short summary of your problem and we will follow up within two business days. Don't worry about using legal terms, just write plainly such as I am not paid overtime, or I lost my job because I'm pregnant, or I was injured by a semi-truck, etc.
The protagonist in Earnest Hemingway's The Snows of Kilimanjaro severely suffered because he did not tend to an injury he received early. Similarly many people find themselves in a challenging position because they did not seek counsel early. Do not delay until tomorrow what you can get done today.
Bernie Mazaheri is admitted to practice law in Kentucky, Texas, Florida and New York, as well as in a myriad of federal courts throughout the country. He is an active member of the American Bar Association Labor & Employment Section; he is a member of the U.S. Supreme Court Historical Society; he has been confirmed as a Kentucky Colonel by Governors Fletcher and Bevin; he is a graduate of Auburn University, Loyola Law School and Leadership Kentucky.
Mazaheri has tried in excess of thirty jury trials and arbitrated hundreds of cases. He has litigated dozens of wage and hour collective actions. Mazaheri is also a regular presenter at Bar conferences and editor of labor treatises and reports. He is known for being innovative and zealous.
Christina Thomas Mazaheri is admitted in the state bars of Kentucky and Florida. She a native South Carolinian with a passion for Employee Rights. The eldest of three daughters born to a blue-collar family, Mazaheri is deeply connected to the spirit of the American Worker. Her mission as a lawyer is to demand Corporate Accountability and “even the playing field” for hardworking men and women who form the backbone of the American economy.
Mazaheri graduated magna cum laude from the South Carolina Honors College at the University of South Carolina where she received a Baccalaureus Artium et Scientiae Degree for her coursework in Biology, Political Science, French and Spanish. As an undergraduate, Mazaheri studied at Costa Rica’s Institute of Central American Development Studies; served as a Congressional Fellow to South Carolina Representative John Spratt in Washington, D.C.; and participated in Combat Soldier Reintegration Research for the U.S. Army’s Recruiting Command Psychologist at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Mazaheri also conducted an Independent Study on Physical Education Reform in South Carolina’s Public Schools and defended a Honors Senior Thesis applying Dynamic Systems Theory to Healthcare Reform.
After college, Mazaheri taught middle school French in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, which inspired her to travel to Honduras, Central America, and then to Malawi, Africa where she participated in a non-profit effort to educate school children and community leaders on gender equality and the preventability of HIV infection. She then enrolled in the Charleston School of Law, where she graduated cum laude as the Managing Editor for the Charleston Law Review and a recipient of her school’s Giving Back Award for Excellence in Community Service.
Mazaheri has represented hundreds of men and women in single-plaintiff and class action cases involving workplace discrimination and harassment, whistleblower retaliation, family medical leave, employee benefits disputes, breach of contract and unpaid minimum wages and overtime.