Ballet Idaho Board of Directors Vice President
Brad is a member of The Board of Directors at Hawley Trocell as well chair of the firm’s litigation department and a member of the employment practice group. Brad has substantial experience in representing corporate clients on an ongoing basis. He provides preventative employment law advice to clients and assists them in handling employment-related investigations, employee discipline and termination decisions, drafting and interpreting covenants not to compete, employment agreements, policies, procedures, and employee handbooks.
Brad represents employers in a broad range of employment disputes, including employment discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, wage and hour matters, wrongful termination, breach of contract, family and military leave matters, non-compete, and trade secret litigation. He has represented employers in class and individual employment-based litigation before state and federal courts and state agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Idaho Human Rights Commission, State Fair Employment Practices Agencies, and the State and Federal Departments of Labor.
Brad holds the highest rating from Martindale-Hubble, AV. He has also been recognized by Chambers & Partners for Labor and Employment Law as well as Best Lawyers in America in Litigation – Labor and Employment.
Why did you join the Ballet Idaho family?
It is truly an athletic and disciplined art form. I have a great appreciation and respect for the dedication of the dancers.
If we were to dance to any song, which one would you choose?
“Juke Box Hero” by Foreigner or “Grand Illusion” by Styx. It takes me back to my college days.