Our Legal Team
Our attorneys have dedicated their careers to helping clients solve their legal challenges in labor and employment law, personal injury, and class action suits. Read on to learn more about each attorney’s experience and educational background.
Glen M. Connor
Attorney Glen M. Connor earned his J.D. from the University of Alabama in 1984. Mr. Connor concentrates in representation of Taft-Hartley plans, union side labor law and employee rights, including benefit claims.
George N. Davies
A 1986 graduate of the Catholic University of America School of Law, attorney George N. Davies is admitted to practice in Alabama, Virginia, and West Virginia. Mr. Davies concentrates his practice in representing unions and benefit funds in litigation, including arbitration and administrative agency proceedings. Mr. Davies is also a Fellow of The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.
Robert M. Weaver
Robert M. Weaver graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 1988, and is admitted to practice in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. He is Immediate Past Chair of the Labor & Employment Section of the Georgia Bar, and serves as a Board Member of the Section’s Mentoring Academy. He is also Co-Chair of the ABA’s Sub-region XIV Subcommittee on Practice & Procedure before the NLRB.
Richard P. Rouco
Mr. Rouco focuses on matters involving antitrust, ERISA, securities fraud, and class action litigation. Mr. Rouco has diverse experience representing unions, workers, and class members.
Tessa A. Warren
A 2003 graduate of Tulane Law School, attorney Tessa A. Warren is a member of the State Bar of Georgia (Labor and Employment Section), the Maryland State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. She offers experience in ERISA, Union-side labor law, and employment discrimination.
Abigail P. van Alstyne
Abigail P. van Alstyne has been a member of the Alabama State Bar Association since 1980. She is a graduate of Wellesley College and Boston University School of Law, has been an impassioned civil rights activist since the 1960s, and now focuses primarily on black lung, employment discrimination, and disability cases.
Nicolas M. Stanojevich
Nicolas Stanojevich is a member of the Alabama and Florida Bars and graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2015. A former union representative, Nicolas is committed to serving workers and their families. He has experience representing teachers, laborers, factory workers, and professionals facing workplace injuries, discrimination, and labor law violations. Nicolas speaks fluent Spanish.
John L. Quinn, Of Counsel
John L. Quinn graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he served as a member of the editorial board of the Georgia Law Review. In his capacity as CWA District Council, Mr. Quinn represents members of the Communications Workers of America and the AFL-CIO.