David Casey focuses on the litigation of discrimination, non-competition, common law and wage and hour actions and also has extensive experience defending management in all aspects of employment law, including individual and class-wide claims involving:
- The Employee Retirement Income Security Act
- Wrongful termination
- Fiduciary duty
- Disclosure of proprietary information
David has tried more than 25 cases to verdict before juries and has successfully defended putative and certified collective actions and class claims seeking relief under:
- Title VII
- State anti-discrimination laws
- The Fair Labor Standards Act
- State wage and hour laws
He also has designed and implemented large scale reductions-in-force and has defended the age, gender and race-based claims that have arisen consequently.
Additionally, David also counsels employers on a daily basis in many aspects of the employment relationship, from litigation avoidance to terminations, diversity and safeguarding proprietary information. His clients vary in size from small entities to Fortune 500 companies.
A founding member of Littler Mendelson's Boston office, David formerly acted as the office managing shareholder and was a member of the Board of Directors. He also formerly co-chaired the Boston Bar's Labor and Employment section and was an adjunct faculty member at Northeastern University's Law School on whose Dean's Committee he also served.
David previously worked as a clerk for the Honorable Edmund Keville, Massachusetts Appeals Court.