I had the misfortune to be misrepresented by Mr. Darwin F. Johnson in 2008-2009. I was working for AT&T at that time. I routinely took F.M.L.A. and certain management made it known that they didn't care much for me doing it. When exercising my rights under article 8 (P.M.R.) of the labor contract for diagnosed repetitive motion injuries I was betrayed by A.T.& T and C.W.A. local 3204 and went outside the company to get representation for my job related injuries. After the 2004 5 yr. labor contract the union local 3204 leadership wasn't worth the union dues. The local 3204 leadership wasn't worth much even before that. Any way I contacted Louis B. Lusk who referred Darwin F. Johnson as my council. Don't get me wrong. D.F.J. did get me some compensation for my injuries, I got disability payments which I wasn't getting. Some coworkers had informed me that they had received $5k for each surgery they had for the same condition I have. I had got nothing, even after two surgeries on my dominant hand. My misrepresentation by D.F.J. consisted of not going to trial, not getting company paid medical benefits and severance pay covered under the contract as requested. Having to sign multiple resignations and documents to please the A.T.&T. attorney. Not listening to me when I said I was in pain and would likely need surgery in the near future. Darwin said go to work and keep your head down and collect the checks until the case settles, which would takes months. Two weeks later the case settled and the disability payments stopped. D.F.J. refused to furnish my with my case file and requested documents. Darwin simply ignored my request. Then I began seeing D.F.J. advertising on television as often as A.T.&T. If I wasn't under the influences of multiple medications including lyrica, fluoxetine, meloxicam I might of detected this misrepresentation sooner. A.T.&T has influenced doctors, lawyers, many managers and others and they will continue to until the government bodies take ethics seriously. ATLANTA GA government is rated the worst in the U.S.A.