Thaddeus Sobieski, “Sobie,” has been practicing law in Georgia since 1958. After graduating from the University of Connecticut in 1951 with a degree in Liberal Arts majoring in history, he then entered the United States Army as a lieutenant. There he served in the Korean War as a company commander of a rifle company. As a result of his actions in combat, he was awarded the Silver Star, Bronze Star, and Purple Heart medals. After his return from Korea, he became a weapons instructor at Fort Benning, Georgia and then joined the Reservist 81 st Infantry Division-Atlanta in order to attend the Emory Law School.
After graduating from Emory in 1958, Sobie worked for the National Labor Relations Board Regional Office in Atlanta, Georgia. For over 30 years, he worked first as an investigative agent and trial attorney, and then as a supervisory attorney. During his tenure with the Board, Sobie tried numerous cases before Administrative Law judges, and appeared before United States Appellate and District courts.
Throughout his legal career, Sobie maintained his service in the United States Army Reserves rising to the rank of a full colonel before he retired from the military in 1985. After he retired from the NLRB in 1990, Sobie went on to work as a trial attorney for the employment firm of Fisher & Phillips for 2 years. He then joined our firm as of counsel. Sobie continues his expertise in employment law. He continues to be a practicing member of the State Bar of Georgia.
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