Christine C. Vizcaino is a Member with Sprouse Shrader Smith whose practice focuses on labor and employment law. Much of her practice is devoted to counseling employers on all matters affecting the employment relationship, from recruiting and retention to discipline and termination issues. Christine works with employers on best practices in the workplace regarding employee classification, wage and hour issues, policy drafting and implementation, terminations, and reductions in force. She routinely works with employers on drafting policies and procedures as well as providing training to management in areas such as sexual harassment, employee leave, workplace investigations, and EEOC compliance.

Christine is also a trial lawyer.  She represents employers in all phases of litigation before state and federal agencies as well as state and federal courts.  Christine has appeared before the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Department of Labor (DOL) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  She has also successfully litigated claims of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful discharge before both state and federal courts.

In addition to her primary practice area of labor and employment law, Christine uses the experience she has gained from employment litigation to assist other clients in general civil litigation matters.

Christine is heavily involved in Susan G. Komen West Texas and is chairing one of the organizations major fundraisers for 2019.

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