SPECIALIZING IN EMPLOYMENT LAW & LABOR RELATIONS
Mark Travis represented public and private sector organizations in employment litigation and labor relations disputes for 25 years before becoming a full-time neutral. He received his law degree from the University of Louisville and holds a Master of Laws in Dispute Resolution from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law, where he also teaches labor and employment dispute resolution.
- Employment Discrimination and Civil Rights
- Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
- Wrongful Discharge
- Wage and Hour Law
- Employment Contracts
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In Boykin v. Family Dollar Stores of Michigan (6th Cir., No. 20-1153, 07/01/21), Boykin filed an employment suit against Family Dollar Stores. Asserting that Boykin “e-signed” an arbitration contract covering his claims, Family Dollar moved to compel arbitration and...
In Adamo Demolition Company v. International Union of Operating Engineers (6th Cir., No. 20-1163, 07/02/2021), the Company sued the Union and its president for various tort claims arising out of a dispute over staffing one of the Company's projects. The trial court...
In Wyatt v. Nissan North America, (6th Cir., No. 20-5021, 05/28/21), Plaintiff Wyatt, a Project Manager for Nissan, appealed the decision of Judge Richardson of the Middle District of Tennessee, which had granted summary judgment as to Wyatt's various employment...