A skilled litigator, Courtney B. Wilson has tried employment cases before judges, juries and arbitrators throughout Florida, appearing in all state and federal trial and appellate courts and in administrative proceedings. His expertise includes:
- Prosecuting and defending non-compete, unfair competition and trade secret claims
- Defending discrimination, harassment and employment contract claims
- Defending public accommodation claims under Title III of the Americans With Disabilities Act
- Claims involving Florida Non-compete Statute 542.335
- Florida Uniform Trade Secrets Act matters
- Florida Deceptive & Unfair Trade Practices Act claims
His practice ranges from representing small employers in single plaintiff cases to acting as lead counsel for Fortune 10 multi-national corporations in nationwide class actions. A frequent lecturer and presenter in Florida, Courtney was invited to speak at the Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law. He also offers seminars across the country.
Prior to working at Littler Mendelson, Courtney was an equity partner and head of the labor and employment practice of a prominent Miami boutique litigation firm, and, later, at the Miami office of a national firm.
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY AFFILIATIONS
- Former Chair, Labor and Employment Law Section - Florida Bar, 2002 - 2003
- Former Member, Labor and Employment Law Section Executive Council - Florida Bar
- Named, The Best Lawyers in America, 1999-2013