Employment Law

  • Race Discrimination and Racial Harassment
  • Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
  • National Origin Discrimination
  • Disability Discrimination
  • Sexual Orientation Discrimination
  • Pregnancy Discrimination
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Whistleblower Law

  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
  • The Federal Whistleblower Protection Act
  • District of Columbia Whistleblower Protection Act
  • American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
  • False Claims Act
  • Water Pollution Control Act (also called the Clean Water Act)
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Bankruptcy Law

  • Chapter 7
  • Chapter 13
  • Chapter 11
  • Involuntary bankruptcy cases
  • Motions for relief from the automatic stay in bankruptcy
  • Complaints Objecting to Discharge in bankruptcy
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Commercial Law

  • Foreclosures sales
  • Real Estate Tax Appeals
  • Negotiating and drafting residential and commercial leases
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Probate & Estate Planning

  • Filing of Will After Death
  • Filing of Petition For Probate
  • Preparation of Will
  • Preparation of Power of Attorney
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Wendell Webster and Bruce Fredrickson founded Webster & Fredrickson in 1982 and since that time have dedicated themselves to providing superior legal services to their clients with a personal touch. Webster & Fredrickson represents clients in four practice areas: Employment Law, Bankruptcy, Commercial Law, and Whistleblower Law.

Webster & Fredrickson attorneys are leaders in the legal community and are consistently recognized for their excellent representation of their clients. Our attorneys have served as officers and board members of the National Employment Lawyers Association, the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association, the Washington Bar Association, and the Council for Court Excellence (CCE) . Webster & Fredrickson attorneys have also been named as “Super Lawyers,” “Super Lawyer Rising Stars,” and are among “The Best Lawyers in America® 2012.” U.S. News & World Reports named Webster & Fredrickson as a “Tier 1” Best Law Firms rating in Civil Rights Law. Webster & Fredrickson partners also received a 5.0 AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest possible rating of Webster & Fredrickson’s ethics and ability.

– Employment Law

Bruce Fredrickson leads the employment law practice area at Webster & Fredrickson and for decades has committed himself to the representation of employees in need of help. Webster & Fredrickson aids employees facing discrimination, retaliation and other unjust treatment. Whether you need to negotiate a severance, file a complaint, negotiate a severance, or someone to advocate for you in court, arbitration, or before an administrative body, Webster & Fredrickson can help.

Webster & Fredrickson is proud to have won the largest employment discrimination award in the history of the Civil Rights Act. Bruce Fredrickson led the fight against the Voice of America’s sex discrimination in hiring which led to a settlement of over $600 million dollars for 1,100 women class members. Bruce Fredrickson and his experienced associates bring the same skill, passion, and persistence to all of their cases. If you need help with an employment matter, contact us today.

– Bankruptcy Law

Wendell Webster leads the bankruptcy practice at Webster & Fredrickson and brings his decades of experience representing debtors and creditors in bankruptcy proceedings filed under Chapters 7, 11 and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Wendell Webster, a United States Trustee, is charged with the administration of Chapter 7 bankruptcies in the District of Columbia and Webster & Fredrickson represents the Trustee to administer complicated business and commercial estates. Also part of the bankruptcy practice area, Webster & Fredrickson litigates bankruptcy matters to fight to recover assets for creditors and fights to protect creditors’ interests.

– Whistleblower Law

Webster & Fredrickson also represents individuals who “blow the whistle,” that is individuals who bring wrongdoing to light. There are scores of different laws affording different protections to whistleblowers in their employment and sometimes provide other rights to recovery. Webster & Fredrickson has years of experience navigating this patchwork of laws to deliver excellent results for its clients.

– Commercial Law

Webster & Fredrickson represents businesses and individuals in a wide array of commercial, commercial real estate, and other corporate matters. At Webster & Fredrickson, we put our experience, skill, and acumen to work to provide excellent personal service designed specifically to obtain the results our clients seek.

– Probate and Estate Planning

Webster & Fredrickson helps clients after the death of a loved one navigate the probate process in the District of Columbia. The firm ensures that the decedent’s assets are property distributed according to the law and the decedent’s wishes. Webster & Fredrickson also assists clients with the preparation of their Last Will and Testament and Power of Attorney.


Mr. Webster provides counseling and representation for individuals and businesses in matters ranging from pre-bankruptcy workouts to financial reorganizations and bankruptcy litigation.


He has represented employees in discrimination and harassment cases, severance negotiations, and other employment matters. He oversees the firm’s employment practice working with clients and the firm’s attorneys.


Natalie S. Walker is an equity partner at Webster & Fredrickson, PLLC. Ms. Walker specializes in bankruptcy, commercial litigation and real estate law.


Jason A. Grant, a native of the Bronx, New York, is a 2002 graduate of the College of Arts & Sciences at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in African American Studies.



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