Brooke Duncan III practices labor and employment law exclusively on behalf of employers. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. Duncan gained practical business and management experience through running a factory which produced industrial fabric products. Before entering business, he served as a narcotics detective with the New Orleans Police Department.
Drawing on his real-world workplace management experience, Mr. Duncan's practice emphasizes practical, proactive consulting with CEOs, managers, and human resources directors about problematic labor and employment issues. His focus is avoiding needless legal entanglements and achieving positive employee relations by de-mystifying the law for employers.
Mr. Duncan also helps employers maintain union-free status, defend job discrimination claims, answer FMLA questions, understand wage and hour regulations, resolve reduction-in-force issues, and comply with the myriad of workplace regulations and laws facing all employers. He represents employers in many fields, including universities, hospitals, trucking companies, shipyards, restaurants, convention and trade show contractors, manufacturers, insurance brokers, and nonprofit organizations.
A sought-after speaker, Mr. Duncan regularly conducts seminars and presentations for clients, employer groups, and trade associations. Mr. Duncan is listed in Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in America and Louisiana Super Lawyers.