Labor & Employment Law Section CLE – Remote
Texas Case Law Review
Description: This will be a review of case law in the state and federal courts related to workplace investigations. We will identify expectations and trends from our courts as well as a comparison of our courts to neighboring jurisdictions.
Credits: 1.00 hour CLE
Speaker: Brian Levy, Lynch Law Firm, is a labor and employment attorney specializing in litigation. His litigation experience includes representing employees and employers in single, multi-plaintiff, and collective action disputes before state and federal trial courts, appellate courts, and administrative agencies. Always keen to avoid costly court cases when possible, Brian represents clients in various alternative dispute resolution methods, including mediation and arbitration. Brian represents employees in employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, breach of contract, non-compete agreements, and wage and hour disputes.
Before joining the Lynch Law Firm, Brian was a labor and employment attorney in a Houston-based firm with a statewide practice. Based in Houston and Austin, he managed cases throughout Texas. He practiced in trial courts, handled federal and state appeals, and wrote briefs for the United States Court of Appeals and Texas’s Supreme Court.
Brian received a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Studies and Specialization in Corporate Communication from the University of Texas at Austin and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston Law Center. A Houston native, Brian was on his high school’s ice hockey and golf teams. He attended the University of Texas for his undergraduate degree, “But,” he quips, “I was born a Longhorn because my parents met there as students.” Outside the office, Brian is an avid hiker. He also enjoys food—cooking and eating it. To support his hobbies, Brian keeps a vegetable garden and takes pride in using the produce in his meals. He loves animals, especially his French Bulldog, Ella.