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Emily Susannah Frost
Works at Frost Domel PLLC
Attended University of Texas at Austin
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  • Frost Domel PLLC
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Basic Information

A fifth-generation Texas lawyer, Emily Frost is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Labor & Employment Law. She is admitted to practice law in the State of Texas, the United States District Court for the Southern and Western Districts of Texas and the District of Colorado, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Emily represents employers before the EEOC and Texas Workforce Commission and in state and federal court, handling wage and hour disputes, discrimination, breach-of-contract, and sexual harassment claims. She also represents employers in suits for breach of fiduciary duty, theft of trade secrets, and enforcement of non-compete covenants.

Emily is experienced in state and federal court appeals, preparing petitions for writ of mandamus, the appeal of temporary injunctions, and obtaining emergency relief. She assists fellow trial attorneys in drafting motions for summary judgment, jury charges, and post-verdict motions. Emily also has prepared petitions for writ of certiori to the United States Supreme Court.

Emily represents plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of civil litigation matters, including personal injury, business litigation, and employment litigation. She handles litigation matters from first demand through the entire trial and appeal. Emily is also a certified mediator.

Bragging rights
Emily was inspired to become a lawyer by her father, James S. Frost. She loves everything Austin: Barton Springs, the University of Texas, and most of all, her husband Craig and son James. Emily considers it a privilege to provide legal services to her clients throughout Central Texas.
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • University of Texas School of Law
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