I represent clients in all types of business and employment matters and related litigation. I have represented business clients in lawsuits throughout my 20-year career, and I enjoy the competitive nature of that work. I also enjoy working with clients on the front end of transactions and advising them on strategic decisions and in negotiating agreements on their behalf. When negotiating business, technology, and employment agreements, I bring a litigator’s eye to my work and can tell a client when I see litigation risk.
Primary Practice: Litigation
Stephen Walsh advises business clients in a broad array of business and litigation matters. Stephen’s litigation experience focuses on matters involving consumer finance, real estate, business contract, employment and professional liability claims, including D&O, E&O and shareholder disputes. He handles cases in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies, such as the EEOC, DOL and OSHA. His employment cases involve all aspects of the employment relationship, Title VII, ADA, FMLA, ADEA, and related state law claims and also include contract disputes, trade secret disputes and covenant-not-to-compete litigation.
Stephen also has extensive experience advising financial services companies (including banks, payment associations, bank card processors and credit unions), manufacturers, construction companies, general contractors, engineering firms and staffing companies throughout the procurement and contract negotiation process. He regularly advises clients in technology transactions and negotiates third-party service provider / vendor agreements for his clients. These agreements include software license agreements, nondisclosure agreements, statements of work, professional services agreements and master agreements for financial services institutions, manufacturers, contractors, engineering firms and staffing companies.