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David Myers Rudolph

David Myers Rudolph

Practice areas:

Workers Compensation, Litigation, Employment & Labor, Discrimination, Wrongful Termination

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About Me

David Rudolph has over twenty five years experience representing clients in employment law and commercial litigation matters.  Mr. Rudolph is a former Chair of the Memphis Bar Association Labor and Employment Section.  Mr. Rudolph primarily represents employees in employment disputes and litigation and regularly advises clients as to the following areas:  *Wrongful Termination *Age Discrimination *Gender Discrimination *Workers' Compensation *Unemployment Compensation *Civil Service Hearings *EEOC Charges *Family & Medical Leave (FMLA) *Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) *Noncompete Agreements *Sexual Harassment *Employment Contracts *Wage & Hour/Overtime Violations *Severance Negotiations *Arbitration Hearings.  If you have an employment matter and need representation, please call David Rudolph for an initial consultation at (901) 683-3526.

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1988

  1. Wrongful Termination: 20%
  2. Discrimination: 20%
  3. Employment & Labor: 20%
  4. Litigation: 20%
  5. Workers Compensation: 20%

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Contact Info

Bourland, Heflin, Alvarez, Minor & Matthews, PLC

5400 Poplar Ave,
Suite 100
Memphis, TN, 38119

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
ARAuthorized to practice200706/23/2015
TNActive198806/13/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 Peer Review RatedMartindate-HubbellN/A
Phi Beta KappaPhi Beta KappaN/A
Judicial Law Clerk to Judge Bailey BrownUnited States Sixth Circuit Court of AppealsN/A
Editor in Chief, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational LawVanderbilt UniversityN/A

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
Tennessee Employment Lawyers AssociationBoard Member2012 - 2014
Memphis Bar AssociationBoard of Directors1997 - 1999
Memphis Bar Association, Labor and Employment SectionChair1997 - 1999
Tennessee Bar AssociationMemberN/A
National Employment Lawyers AssociationMemberN/A

Legal Cases
Case NameOutcome
Arvest Bank v. Byrd, 2013 WL6231746 (6th Cir. Dec. 3, 2013)$7,172,954.24 jury verdict
Vaughan v. Memphis Health Center, Inc., 2006 WL 2038577 (W.D. Tenn. 2006)$407,635.39 jury verdict
Schnider v. Carlisle Corp., 65 S.W.2d 619 (Tenn. Ct. App. 2001)Judgment for Plaintiff

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Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Vanderbilt University Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1988
Vanderbilt UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1985

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
Memphis Bar Association Labor & Employment Law Section Annual MeetingUnited States District Court, Western District of Tennessee: A Review of Significant Labor and Employment Law Decisions and Jury Verdicts, 2010-20132013
Memphis Bar Association Labor & Employment Law SectionEmployment Law in the Technology Age: E-Discovery and Pre-Trial Issues and Discussion of Proposed Rule Changes2006
Federal Bar Association Annual MeetingThe Electronic Courtroom: A Demonstration of Age Discrimination Jury Trial Techniques2005
American Bar Association MeetingBasic Equal Employment Opportunity Law and Procedures: Ethical Issues in Employment Cases2001
Tennessee Personnel Law Update ConferenceAvoiding the Emergence of Common Exempt/Non-Exempt Classification Mistakes under the Fair Labor Standards Act1999
Tennessee Workers' Compensation UpdateReturn-to-Work -- Clearing the Liability and Productivity Hurdles that Trip Up Even the Most Savvy Employers1998