David G. Lubben is a 1988 graduate of Stanford Law School and partner at Davis & Campbell at its Peoria Illinois office. David was a federal court clerk on the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Florida and Alabama, and worked at the U.S. Department of Justice, before joining Davis & Campbell. His practice covers all aspects of employment litigation and compliance with employment laws and regulations, including in areas of wage and hour, safety and health, benefits and leave administration, protection of proprietary information and employers’ rights and enforcement of non-competition, non-solicitation and anti-raiding covenants, defense of claims under equal employment laws and employment-related immigration, and development of effective personnel policies and handbooks.
Employment Law Update
Learn the latest changes affecting employer rights and responsibilities from the Supreme Court, other Courts in Illinois, and the General Assembly in Springfield.
Understand how recent Supreme Court decisions affect arbitration provisions in employment agreements.
Review changes to Illinois employment laws relating to volunteer emergency responders, employee genetic information, and religious practices.
Learn new guidance from state and federal court decisions on the Biometric Information Privacy Act, and on essential terms of non-competition agreements.