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David Gregory represents employers in disputes involving claims of wrongful termination, age, sex, and race discrimination and retaliation, unemployment compensation, employment contracts, wage and hours, anti-competition covenants, unfair competition, misappropriation of trade secrets, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Board Certified in Labor and Employment law, Mr. Gregory serves clients in both federal and state trial and appellate courts and various federal and state agencies. Mr. Gregory’s practice also involves counseling clients in how to comply with the employment laws and regulations and respond to issues raised by their current employees. He represented a government unit before the United States Supreme Court in a case involving an alleged violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s provisions on the required use of compensatory time. In another case, he helped a major manufacturer obtain summary judgment in the Southern District Court of Texas in a case involving alleged violations of Title VII standards on race discrimination and retaliation and a state law claim of intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Some of his recent achievements include the following: Mr. Gregory represented an oilfield services company in a trade secret lawsuit against a competitor and obtained a multimillion dollar jury verdict. Mr. Gregory also obtained temporary and permanent injunctive relief from a Delaware court for a national client in a lawsuit involving claims for breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets. Additionally, Mr. Gregory was recognized by Texas Lawyer in its Top Texas Verdicts of 2010.
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