Cary Burke takes pride in bringing an assertive and strategic brand of representation to clients as a member of Polsinelli's employment litigation team. He partners with employers to address employment-related problems ranging from the day-to-day questions to workplace investigations employers may face in an increasingly regulated workplace. Cary's practice focuses on assisting employers in litigating claims involving trade secrets, restrictive covenants, and tortious interference. Cary also has litigated issues arising under the Civil Rights Statutes and the National Labor Relations Act. Cary values working diligently with the legal and management teams of his corporate clients as well as individual defendants to achieve their individual and business goals. His ability to build strong relationships with those who have “boots on the ground” promotes a seamless flow of information, which allows Cary to identify key matters and strengths and weaknesses in a case.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Cary Burke
Cary Burke and his coverage of the National Labor Relations Board has been selected for a National Law Review Go-To Thought Leadership Award. Mr. Burke’s coverage of NLRB developments offers analysis into some of the Board’s key decisions, specifically, the ongoing saga of Joint Employer Rulings and is an important tool for NLR readers who may be impacted by these decisions. Check out Cary's work on the Polsinelli at Work blog.