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James "Heath" Dillon
Charter Member

300 Courthouse Street, Leesville, LA 71446


Michelle J. Douglass
Charter Member

450 Tilton Road, 200 B, Northfiled, NJ 08225


Employment Law Michelle J. Douglass is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney. To qualify for certification an attorney must be at least a five-year member of the NJ Bar, and have completed numerous continuing legal education courses in the three years prior to filing an application. In addition, the attorney must show a substantial involvement in the preparation of litigated matters, and demonstrate primary responsibility for a large number of trials completed before NJ's courts.

Craig Downs
Charter Member

3250 Mary Street, suite 307, Miami, FL 33133


Craig T. Downs is the founder and principal attorney of the Downs Law Group. As a Florida native, he is familiar with the problems facing Gulf Coast residents after the 2010 oil spill. As a personal injury attorney with more than 29 years of experience helping people get the compensation they need for their injuries, attorney Downs is well suited to answer questions about your right to recovery for damage to your property or health following the BP oil spill.

Tim Droel
Charter Member

7900 Xerxes S Ave, STE 1930, Bloomington, MN 55431


Tim L. Droel devotes his law practice to serving clients in the construction, real estate, and renewable energy industries. Mr. Droel is driven to exceed his clients’ expectations and has developed many longstanding relationships with clients due to his high quality work product and commitment to a client first approach. Mr. Droel helps private and publicly traded companies finance, acquire and develop commercial real estate and construct their building facilities throughout the United States and Canada. Mr. Droel assists his clients with their transactional matters (contracts, sales/use tax, licensing, bonds, liens, insurance, corporate formation and acquisition, etc.) as well as with their handling of employment and labor law issues such as helping owners and general contractors deal with unfair labor practices. Mr. Droel also assists companies in the renewable energy industry finance, acquire, develop, and construct wind and solar projects throughout the United States. Mr. Droel has appeared on behalf of his clients in many state and federal court proceedings throughout the United States; and in fact, Mr. Droel’s appearances have included court and arbitration proceedings in twenty-seven different states.

Danielle Eanet
Charter Member

550 S. Hope Street, Ste 750, Los Angeles, CA 90071


Danielle has significant litigation experience including complex-designated litigation and arbitration and has a demonstrated record of obtaining success for her clients before trial via law and motion, mediation, and settlement. She also handles disputes involving wage and hour claims, employee misclassification, termination appeal and disciplinary proceedings before state administrative agencies, arbitrators, and commissions. Among her notable successes, she has successfully tried employment cases in Los Angeles Superior Court obtaining verdicts in favor of her clients. Danielle also has extensive experience advising clients on a broad range of employment issues including recruiting, hiring, employment agreements, worker classification and management, discipline and termination, severance and separation agreements, background checks, leaves, wage and hour compliance and employee safety as well as conducting employee investigations and employer trainings. She has also developed an expertise in building and implementing scalable, employment policies and programs that ensure legal compliance while mitigating risk. Danielle also assists clients before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). She regularly drafts and negotiates employment, commission, arbitration, separation, proprietary information, non-solicitation, independent contractor and settlement agreements. Prior to joining Eanet, PC, Danielle was an attorney with the Los Angeles Office of Littler Mendelson P.C., the world’s largest employment law firm.