Justin K. Victor is a counselor and trial lawyer who has assisted clients in recovering over $100 million in complex civil litigation, including non-compete and trade secret matters in state and federal court.
Additionally, since 2015, he has defended claims on behalf of clients totaling more than $300 million. For example, Mr. Victor defends employers in class and collective actions arising under the FLSA and related state wage and hour laws; single-plaintiff claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and/or constructive discharge brought in state and federal courts and administrative agencies. Mr. Victor also defends executives and board members in direct actions and class actions arising under state and federal law.
In addition to an active litigation practice, Mr. Victor counsels employers of all sizes in the design and implementation of employment policies, practices, proactive audits, and workplace training.
While attending Emory University School of Law, Mr. Victor was selected as the inaugural William C. O’Kelley Scholar and was also the recipient of a Dean’s Merit Scholarship.
Non-compete and trade secret litigation
Corporate Governance advising and litigation
Class and Collective action employment litigation
Wrongful termination litigation
Articles in the National Law Review database by Justin K. Victor