On January 6, 2020, the O’Brien Law Firm represented an H-1B visa worker from India, who was being sued by Texas-based company Software Global, in a trial in Travis County Court-at-Law No. 2. It appears that Software Global has been engaging in a pattern of promising a job in the United States to Indian workers, […]Read More
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On October 4, 2019, the O’Brien Law Firm obtained a final judgment for an out-of-state client against a Texas-based mobile device automation company. O’Brien’s client was a former company VP who was denied his full compensation, including substantial bonuses and severance pay, due to mismanagement of the company even while the company was generating and […]Read More