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Labor, Employment and Complex Litigation Specialists

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Brent Wilson

Brent Wilson

Attorney

Brent devotes a significant portion of his practice to defending companies in employment-related litigation and representing employers in traditional labor matters, including unfair labor practice proceedings, representation cases, arbitration and collective bargaining. He also proactively counsels clients regarding day-to-day employment decisions to avoid litigation. Brent works with a wide range of companies in a variety of industries, including communications, service, education, non-profit, manufacturing and the public sector. He is a frequent speaker on litigation, employment and labor relations topics for a variety of national associations and organizations and is a well-known and respected civic leader in the city of Atlanta.

Education

  • J.D., University of Georgia; State University of New York at Buffalo, 1976

  • B.A., cum laude, Morehouse College, 1973

Represenative Matters

Brent has represented the following individuals and organizations:

  • State university and officials in a sex discrimination, retaliation (USDC)
  • County CEO in a race discrimination, retaliation matter (USDC)
  • Medical school in a student dismissal and related tort claims case in Fulton County Superior Court
  • Courier company in nationwide representation and unfair labor practice proceedings (NLRB)
  • Large telecommunication provider in multiple actions, including claims of race, sex, national origin, disability and FMLA discrimination and retaliation (USDC)
  • Municipal housing authority in race and age discrimination matters (USDC) and multiple EEOC claims
  • Local school Board Members in conspiracy, intentional torts, and punitive damages claims in DeKalb Superior Court International news conglomerate in a sexual harassment/retaliation case (USDC)
  • Multiple employers in collective bargaining negotiations and arbitrations

Media

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