David J. Carr is a partner in the Labor and Employment Group of Ice Miller, and Chair of the Employment Litigation Group, focusing his practice in the areas of personnel policies, employment discrimination, wage and hour law, and employment contracts involving trade secrets, confidential information and covenants against competition.
David is a veteran labor negotiator and has handled numerous labor arbitrations, union avoidance and other collective bargaining matters. He also possesses substantial experience representing employers in wrongful discharge lawsuits and employment discrimination investigations, including sexual harassment situations, as well as litigation of class and collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act, in addition to federal and state jury trials.
David serves as a contributing author for the American Bar Association (ABA) treatises Covenants Not to Compete: A State by State Survey (BNA 1991), The Employee Duty of Loyalty: A State by State Survey (BNA 1995), Employment Trade Secrets Law: A State by State Survey (BNA 1997), Tortious Interference in the Employment Context (BNA 2004); Employment Litigation Handbook (ABA 2010). He also worked as a contributing author to Harvey’s Indiana Practice and Procedure (West 1988).
Articles in the National Law Review database by David J. Carr