Adam Dougherty represents and counsels management clients of all sizes in a wide range of diverse industries including restaurants, retail, healthcare and long-term care, transportation, agriculture, colleges, manufacturing, energy and banking in connection with all types of employment and labor law matters arising under international, federal and state laws. In addition to representing companies all across the state of Texas, Adam also maintains a national and international practice, representing companies operating in each of the 50 states and across the globe.
Adam is also board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
He has extensive experience representing his clients not only in single and multi-plaintiff cases, but also in class actions and FLSA collective actions with putative class members numbering in the tens of thousands. Adam is a committee chairman for the employment law sub-section of the American Bar Association's Class Action Committee. He also serves as the president of the Shelton School Dads' Group, a member of the legal committee of the Texas Health Care Association, the past president of the University of Arkansas School of Law's National Alumni Association, and as a pro bono trial attorney for the Advocates for Community Transformation.