Gordon Lewis has more than 25 years of experience representing public and private employers on a broad range of employment issues, policies and practices. He defends employers against claims involving wrongful discharge, racial discrimination, sexual discrimination and harassment (including harassment based on sexual orientation), age discrimination, disability discrimination, Civil Rights violations, Family and Medical Leave Act claims, and wage and hour issues. Gordon also represents public employers in due process termination hearings, and assists public employers in resolving claims relating to privacy rights, free speech, open meetings, public records, and employee due process. He has drafted and reviewed employment agreements, and has created policies for employers regarding sexual harassment, drug testing, medical leave and other employment issues.
David Potts joined Jones, Skelton & Hochuli in 2013 and works in the firm’s government liability and employment group. David represents public employers, private employers, and non-profit organizations on a broad range of employment issues, and has advised employers on Earned Paid Sick Time claims, employee leave rights, and a wide variety of discrimination claims. David has defended employers on discrimination claims before the EEOC and claims filed in state and federal court.