Locke Lord

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    Locke Lord's skilled team of labor and employment litigators has the experience to effectively handle any labor and employment litigation matter across the United States. We have effectively defended our clients for years in both jury and non-jury trials, in state and federal courts, as well as in administrative proceedings. We have also prosecuted lawsuits on behalf of our clients to protect their interests. We recognize that it is best for most of our clients to avoid litigation, but when you are sued or another person or entity is violating your rights and threatening your business or employees, we are ready, willing and fully prepared to litigate. We know and understand that litigation is a necessary and key tool in protecting you or your business, and we have the experience and skill to do so.

    Our litigators can assist you in determining when to litigate and how to achieve your goals as they relate to each unique litigation situation. Having Locke Lord's experienced employment litigators on your side will help you navigate through any and all litigation needs that you or your business have, whether it is the defense of a single plaintiff discrimination claim made by a former or current employee, the defense of a wage and hour collective action, the prosecution or defense of a contract claim or non-competition claim, the pursuit of a theft of trade secrets claim against a former employee or competitor, or any other employment-related litigation matter.

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