June 4, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 155


Phillip J. Jones

Phillip’s practice is focused on labor and employment litigation. He represents employers in matters related to harassment, discrimination, retaliation, leave and accommodations, and wage-and-hour violations. Additionally, he advises employers on restrictive covenant issues including covenants not to compete, non-solicitation agreements, and trade secret litigation. Phillip found a passion for employment law while obtaining his undergraduate degree in Human Resource Management and leverages his experience to help employers make the workplace a better place.

Phillip received his JD from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. In law school, Phillip was awarded the Ogletree Deakins Fellowship for high academic achievement in Labor & Employment Law and elected President of the Labor & Employment Law Society. Additionally, he competed in the 2019 Sherman Mitton Moot Court Competition. For nearly a decade, prior to attending law school, Phillip was a professional esports coach in the Halo videogame series where he coached internationally ranked teams in multi-million dollar tournament series. Phillip has been published in the Esports Bar Association Journal on issues related to Labor & Employment Law making him uniquely qualified to assist clients in the esports industry.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Phillip J. Jones