INDIANAPOLIS (July 8, 2019) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has added Rebecca L. Loeffler as of counsel in its Indianapolis office. She joins the firm after serving as the government litigation section chief in the Office of the Indiana Attorney General.
“Rebecca’s career has covered the legal spectrum from public service to private practice to academia,” said Alan L. McLaughlin, Indianapolis office managing shareholder. “Her multifaceted background will add significant value to our offerings in Indianapolis while complementing our growing capabilities across other U.S. markets. We’re pleased to welcome Rebecca to the firm.”
Loeffler is an experienced trial litigator who has represented employers in state and federal courts, as well as before arbitrators and administrative boards. As a former state deputy attorney general, she obtained unique perspective and experience into the state administrative process. Loeffler has conducted collective bargaining on behalf of private and public sector employers, along with providing advice and counsel to clients during the grievance process and arbitration.
“I am thrilled to join Littler and its growing team in Indianapolis,” said Loeffler. “I was impressed by the firm’s excellent reputation for its innovative technology and client-focused solutions, as well as its deep industry knowledge and workforce diversity. I look forward to collaborating with my colleagues here in Indianapolis and around the globe.”
Loeffler received her J.D. from Valparaiso University School of Law, her M.S. from Purdue University and her B.S., summa cum laude, from Mount St. Joseph University.
With more than 1,500 labor and employment attorneys in offices around the world, Littler provides workplace solutions that are local, everywhere. Our diverse team and proprietary technology foster a culture that celebrates original thinking, delivering groundbreaking innovation that prepares employers for what’s happening today, and what’s likely to happen tomorrow.