Recognized since 2012
Employment Law - Individuals
Employment Law - Management
Craig Boggs has more than 25 years of experience representing clients in a vast array of labor and employment issues.
Craig has extensive experience in successfully prosecuting and defending litigation matters involving temporary restraining orders and injunctions related to non-compete agreements, other restrictive covenants and trade secret misappropriation. Craig also routinely counsels employers on resolving such disputes amicably in advance of litigation and on drafting effective restrictive covenants and confidentiality policies.
Working on behalf of some of the largest corporations in America as well as small owner-operated businesses and midsize companies, Craig also specializes in litigation defense, including counsel on Title VII, FLSA, and NLRA cases in federal and state courts across the country. Through his litigation and negotiation skills, Craig is able to consistently achieve favorable outcomes for his clients. He also focuses his practice on union-related labor law issues, including litigating matters before the National Labor Relations Board, negotiating collective bargaining agreements, and advising clients involved in business transactions.
As a trusted advisor to several long-term clients, as well as new ones, Craig is often called upon to conduct sensitive internal investigations that range from allegations of employee misconduct and misappropriation of proprietary or confidential information to sensitive privacy breaches and data losses.
- 110 North Wacker Drive, 34th Floor
Chicago, IL 60606
- University of Illinois Chicago, John Marshall Law School, J.D., graduated 1988
- Illinois, Illinois State Bar Association
- Employment Law - Individuals, Chicago (2023)
- Commercial Litigation
- Employment Law - Individuals
- Employment Law - Management
- Ranked by Chambers USA, as "America's Leading Employment Lawyers," 2011 - 2014
- Ranked by Chambers USA, as "America's Leading Lawyers for Business," 2010
- Listed in Illinois Law & Politics, "Super Lawyers"
- Labor Law - Management
- Labor Law - Union
- Litigation - Labor and Employment
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