Chuck has served as lead trial counsel in employment cases venued throughout the country in state and federal courts. His litigation outcomes have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Reuters, Chicago Tribune, ABA Journal and Bloomberg.
- Trade secret, non-competition, business interference and CFAA claims
- Wage and hour claims, including exempt/non-exempt classification, off-the-clock work and tip pooling claims
- ERISA benefit and breach of fiduciary duty claims
- Executive compensation disputes
- Class action employment discrimination and breach of contract cases
- Discrimination, harassment, disability, retaliation and leave claims
Chuck has successfully briefed and/or argued petitions for certiorari and appeals before the United States Supreme Court and numerous state and federal courts of appeal.
Chuck uses employment litigation experience to advise employers on a variety of workplace issues. For example, he helps clients develop executive, non-competition, non-disclosure, non-solicitation and other employment agreements, and has managed company-wide wage/hour audits.
Chuck’s experience serving as an interim in-house employment counsel for a national financial services company has given him valuable insight into what in-house lawyers and human resources executives need and expect from outside counsel.