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Trister Ross Schadler & Gold PLLC

1666 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Fifth Floor

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20009

United States

Company Description

Trister, Ross, Schadler & Gold, PLLC combines personalized client service with decades of specialized legal expertise. We are proud to advise and represent a broad range of clients, from national nonprofits, unions, small businesses and political services prov... more.

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the United States District Court

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Wolters Kluwer Law & Business , Labor & Employment

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Representing ADA Plaintiffs

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David M. Wachtel


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David Wachtel, Partner
David Wachtel David Wachtel joined Trister Ross on February 1, 2016 after practicing employment law for employees in Washington, D.C. since 1993. Mr. Wachtel's work includes trial court and administrative litigation, arbitration, and mediation. He has successfully represented employees with claims of race, sex, age, and disability discrimination, sexual harassment, violation of civil service rights, interference with FMLA rights, and retaliation on the basis of whistleblower activity in the nuclear, aviation, defense, and finance industries. At Trister Ross, he also provides compliance advice to non-profits and other organizations the firm represents. Washingtonian Magazine named Mr. Wachtel among the top lawyers in Washington in every survey between 2004 and 2013. He has also been listed consistently in Best Lawyers® and Super Lawyers.® He is one of the most-reviewed employment lawyers in Washington, DC and past clients have given him a five star rating.


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David M. Wachtel
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David M. Wachtel
David Wachtel joined Trister, Ross, Schadler & Gold, PLLC, on February 1, 2016 to practice employment law, after more than twenty years with other firms. A binding and final decision by the United States Department of Justice, finding that the Agency's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives had denied promotion and harassed a female Special Agent represented by Mr. Wachtel because of her gender and a perception that she was disabled. (2015) A federal court ruling on behalf of Mr. Wachtel's client, a woman who resisted sexual advances from her boss, finding that she was legally protected from retaliation, despite not explicitly calling her bosses conduct "sexual harassment" at the time. (2012) Amicus brief on behalf of the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association in Solomon v. Vilsack (USDA). Solomon holds that federal employee receiving disability retirement benefits may pursue claim for failure to provide reasonable accommodation. The holding ended a practice of forcing employees to choose between accepting disability benefits to sustain themselves in the short term or surrendering those benefits to seek full relief for discrimination. (2010) After a two-week arbitration, a retired judge, sitting as an arbitrator, ruled that an employer had terminated a physician's contract without cause, and awarded two years of pay to Mr. Wachtel's client. (2010) In Smith v. Winter, the EEOC ruled that the Navy had denied Mr. Wachtel's client a position at an aircraft maintenance facility based on grossly unsubstantiated assumptions about how his VA disability affected his ability to do the job. (2006) In Adams et al. v. Ameritech, Mr. Wachtel was part of a team that obtained a reversal from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, holding that approximately 50 managers who had lost their jobs in mass layoffs had presented statistical and anecdotal evidence that could support a finding that the telephone company had engaged in widespread age discrimination. (2000) Attorneys David M. Wachtel


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David M. Wachtel
David M. Wachtel David M. Wachtel Partner David Wachtel joined Trister Ross on February 1, 2016. He has practiced employment law for employees in Washington, D.C. since 1993. Clients' reviews are on AVVO. Mr. Wachtel's work includes trial court and administrative litigation, arbitration, and mediation. He has successfully represented employees with claims of race, sex, age, and disability discrimination, sexual harassment, violation of civil service rights, interference with FMLA rights, and retaliation on the basis of whistleblower activity in the nuclear, aviation, defense, and finance industries. Washingtonian Magazine named Mr. Wachtel among the top lawyers in Washington in every survey between 2004 and 2013. He has also been listed consistently in Best Lawyers® and Super Lawyers.®


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