Neil Landeen is involved in matters related to employment law, administrative law and personal injury. He regularly represents several law enforcement officers in Arizona. He responds to scenes of police officer-involved critical incidents and ensures that the rights of law enforcement officers are protected.
Working at the law firm, Yen Pilch & Landeen, he has handled numerous administrative investigations and disciplinary action appeals. He has promptly responded to hundreds of critical incidents.
His cases are related to matters such as wage and overtime claims, wrongful termination, EEOC discrimination charges, and mediations, whistleblower claims, public records requests, and litigation. He also handles other complex employment and civil litigation matters.
Lawyer N. Landeen has represented clients in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the United States District Court, the Arizona Supreme Court, the Arizona Court of Appeals, and the Arizona Superior Courts.
He represents federal employees in the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and also before the federal Merit Systems Protection Board. His notable cases include Lake v. City of Phoenix, Lincoln v. State, and Dyer v. The city of Yuma.
Lawyer Landeen won the pro bono “HIV/AIDS Law Project Team Award” for his commitment to providing legal services to the less fortunate in June 2009. He has also conducted courses on Continuing Legal Education taught about police use of force issues and related ethics.
He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree, International Studies, Latin American Studies from the University of Washington in Seattle in 2002. He attended the Arizona State University and earned his Juris Doctorate in 2005. He is a graduate from the Arizona State University Civil Practice Clinic and the Arizona State University Lodestar Mediation Clinic.
After completing law school, he joined Yen Pilch & Landeen P.C. He speaks English, Portuguese, and Spanish languages. He acquired the license to practice law in 2005.
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