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Diana Gomez selected to participate in University of Houston 25th Annual Table Talk Luncheon

March 29, 2022

University of Houston 25th Annual Table Talk Luncheon includes Diana Gomez

On March 30, 2022, Diana Perez Gomez, shareholder and Co-Chair of Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s Houston Labor & Employment Litigation Practice, will be among the featured conversationalists during the 25th Annual Table Talk Luncheon, hosted by the University of Houston at the Hilton Americas, Houston. The keynote presentation will be delivered by Maria Reeve, executive editor for the Houston Chronicle. Table Talk conversations are led by dynamic women of various cultures, professions and experience at each table. The event will benefit the Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies program.

To learn more and register, go to: https://www.uh.edu/class/ws/Programs/table-talk

Gomez has recently been named one of “Houston’s 50 Most Influential Women of 2020-21” by Houston Woman Magazine. Honorees are selected for their enviable reputation for their expertise in a particular field or arena. They are knowledgeable, credible and trustworthy. The thoughts and actions of these women influence the thoughts and actions of others. In recognition of her professional accomplishments, Gomez was also recently invited to serve as a mentor during the 9th annual Bizwomen Mentoring Monday, held concurrently by the Houston Business Journal and sister publications in 40+ markets nationwide, offering career coaching to some 10,000 women looking to advance their careers.

Gomez is a shareholder at Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s Houston office, where she serves on the firm’s Board of Directors, as the national co-chair for the labor and employment practice, as well as the national chair for the Pro Bono Committee. With extensive experience in civil lawsuits in state and federal courts, she focuses on complex labor and employment disputes by providing a full range of employment law services to her clients from pre-termination counseling, investigations, EEO training, handbook review, drafting of policies, COVID-19 plans, defense in administrative proceedings (EEOC charges, unemployment hearings) and arbitrations as well as all aspects of trial from pre-suit through appeal. Gomez has successfully defended all types of employment law matters in state and federal court including claims involving ERISA, FLSA, discrimination, and retaliation.