The largest Civil rights class action Lawsuit in history
Having witnessed damages to the scale we did during the 2020 election, it is important that litigation for relief be brought forward of equaled proportion.
Attorney Ernest Walker
Ernest Walker, Esq. is a former military and corporate attorney who has shifted the focus of is work entirely to the defeat of the lawsuit defendants in the 10th Circuit Court and restoring justice to our damaged people.
Attorney Gary Fielder
Gary D. Fielder is a seasoned and practiced trial attorney, and has conducted over 400 jury trials in federal and state courts all over Colorado.
Ernest Walker, Esq. is the owner of Saint Harbor Homes. He was educated at St. Leo University were he received a Bachelors in Management and at Detroit Mercy were he acquired his JD and MBA.
Ernest began his military career with the US Navy were he exceeded as a Nuclear Mechanical Operator/Machinist Mate First Class June, reactor power plant instructor at a D1G prototype in Ballston Spa, NY, the reactor plant supervisor on the U.S.S. South Carolina.
After his work with the US Navy, Ernest practiced in business/employment litigation with Giarmarco Mullins & Horton PC concentrating in commercial contract disputes, trade secret violations, employment disputes, competition lawsuits, shareholder actions and asbestos defense litigation. He engaged in all aspects of trial practice including legal research, drafting pleadings, discovery and depositions, motion practice, trial preparation, witness examination, and trial proceedings.
Ernest served our country as the Special Assistant to the General Council of the US Army at the Pentagon immediately after the attacks of September 11th, 2001. Ernest directly negotiated the establishment and operation of seven multi-billion dollar public/private joint ventures for the construction and financing of real estate development projects on military bases.
After working for the US Army General Council, Ernest practiced with Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP. Here he developed the firm’s Tribal Sovereignty and Economic Development practice group. He served as primary counsel to Tribes on all aspects of Tribal governmental and business enterprise operations, including legislative and regulatory development, human resources and employee relations, tribal government services, law enforcement, housing and medical services. Ernest then launched a specialized boutique practice to counsel Tribes and businesses working with Tribes through sophisticated federal, state, and Tribal regulatory environments. Ernest successfully counseled Tribes to achieve federal government contracts, negotiate multi-year alternative energy sales agreements, partner with private enterprise, and finance development.
Recently, he worked with the Southwestern Michigan and Northwestern Indiana U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Solicitor, Employment and Labor Law Unit Attorney from October 2010 – May 2020. He also acted as primary counsel to senior management regarding labor matters and other employment related issues for Dept. of Interior bureaus and agencies including the Bureau of Reclamation, US Geological Survey, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, Office of Natural Resources Revenue, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and National Park Service.
There Ernest provided training to senior management and emerging leaders regarding evolving labor and employment matters and identification and management of labor and employment issues, employment and labor/management relations, negotiation strategies, federal labor laws and regulations, and other specific labor and employment related matters. Ernest developed defense strategies and represented Dept. of Interior bureaus and agencies in litigation involving appeals involving whistleblower claims, veterans’ hiring preferences, disciplinary actions, and terminations before the MSPB, and claims of retaliation, harassment, and discrimination before the EEOC. Assists with investigations by OSC into allegations of violations of prohibited personnel practices by agency management.
“You can’t take every case to the jury, and you can’t win every case you try. But you have to fight. The prosecution has the burden of proof and it’s your life – why settle? In today’s world, with our criminal histories a mouse click away, getting the best possible deal is paramount. But the only way to do that is to get a trial attorney.”
-Gary D. Fielder, Esq.
Gary D. Fielder, Esq. is a criminal and constitutional lawyer from Denver, Colorado. Gary grew up in Eagle River, Alaska, and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin. Gary received his Juris Doctor from the University of San Diego in 1990. Gary began his legal career as a deputy district attorney in the Denver Metro Area, and is a former President of the Adams County Bar Association. During his 25 years of practice, Gary has conducted over 400 jury trials in federal and state courts all across Colorado.
Mr. Fielder has argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, and regularly appears in Federal District Court for the District of Colorado. Gary has fought countless cases before the Colorado Court of Appeals, and was solely instrumental in securing certain basic rights for parolees in the landmark case of Madison v Department of Corrections – which Gary litigated before the Colorado Supreme Court in 2004.
Mr. Fielder has appeared on countless radio, TV, and news programs throughout his distinguished career, including appearances with Alex Jones and Matt Lauer of the Today Show on NBC. Additionally, Gary routinely lectures on trial practice and preparation through the Colorado Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program.
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