Attorney Lisa Marie Windsor, who joined Attorney Mahoney’s law firm as an Of Counsel in February 2017, served for 22 years with the United States Department of the Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, retiring in 2011 as an Army Colonel. That same year, she joined the firm of Tully Rinckey PLLC where she practiced military and federal employment law under Attorney John Mahoney’s supervision as Chair of that firm’s Federal Employment Law Practice Group, negotiating one of the largest settlements in EEOC history for an Air Force OSI agent injured in a suicide bombing. As a defense attorney and prosecutor in the military, Lisa personally tried over 75 courts-martials and represented the government in hundreds of administrative hearings. She personally investigated dozens of cases and conducted countless witness interviews. She has a Master’s degree in clinical psychology and special expertise in mental incapacity and disability. She is intimately familiar with how the government approaches federal employee and veteran service member cases, and can incorporate this knowledge into an aggressive and effective litigation strategy.
A recipient of the Legion of Merit and Meritorious Service Medal with silver oak leaf cluster, Attorney Windsor is a sought-after expert in military and federal dual-status employee law and has appeared frequently in print and on television discussing newsworthy issues of importance to the federal community. She has written on the effects of posttraumatic stress disorder and sexual assault in female veterans, and continues to fight for veteran's rights as a volunteer for Houston, Texas Volunteer Lawyers.
Currently located in the firm’s Galveston, TX office, Lisa is licensed to practice in Texas and the District of Columbia. She is a member of the Galveston County Bar Association, a lifelong member of the U. S. Army War College Alumni Association, and an officer in the Military and Veterans Law Section of the Texas Bar Association.
Jan 24, 2017 - , SD
“When my agency placed me on indefinite administrative leave after 29 years of service, my first reaction, after the initial shock, was to find a lawyer who knew federal employee law. Later, when they ...”
Jun 17, 2016 - ,
“Dear Attorney Mahoney, I carefully listened to your recent Federal News Radio interview. You have professionally highlighted the significant atrocities inflicted upon the federal employees, ...”
Feb 13, 2017 - ,
“I fully recommend Lisa Windsor for the exceptionally hard work she puts into a case. Lisa was relentless in pursuing every possible legal and administrative measure from Medical Boards to the BCMR. ...”
Jun 17, 2016 - ,
“Mr. Mahoney was extremely knowledgeable, professional, and responsive in handling my case. When going up against the federal government, you want someone who knows what they are doing and an attorney ...”
Feb 27, 2018 - Kittery, ME
“I would like to thank Attorney Lisa Windsor for her excellent representation during my disability discrimination case. After being subjected to disability discrimination and a hostile work environment ...”
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“After years of continuous discrimination and exhausting my Agency chain of command, I turned to Attorney John Mahoney for his expertise. John took my case and advised me of my best possible choices ...”
Mar 9, 2015 - Woodbridge, VA
“Attorney John Mahoney represented me in an EEOC case against a charge levied against me with a proposed dismissal from a federal government position, which I held for over two decades. Mine was a ...”
Feb 27, 2018 - ,
“Mr. Mahoney and his team were very instrumental in resolving my agency’s proposed removal action. Once I engaged his services, the team actively worked on my case and kept me abreast of all ...”