Jack Lilley is an employment and commercial litigator with twenty-five years of experience in state and federal courts.
His clients have often had a national presence, allowing him to litigate matters throughout the United States. He is appreciated for his ability to work with individuals throughout large companies, especially on complex matters that require an understanding of multiple facets of those organizations. He is frequently consulted on a wide variety of employment matters that include drafting and interpreting employment contracts and non-compete agreements, internal investigations, EEOC responses, terminations, and defense of discrimination and wrongful termination suits. His cases have included disputes in the areas of contracts, employment, outsourcing, technology, industrial construction, securities, SEC investigations, director and officer liability, accounting malpractice, and real estate. Jack’s practical experience includes first and second chair jury and bench trials, appeals, injunctions, sophisticated motion practice, depositions, engaging and managing forensic accountants and other experts, mediations, and arbitrations.
Jack often works with in-house counsel and outside vendors to plan and manage electronic discovery issues, including preservation orders, document retention issues, hard drive harvesting and searching, production protocols, and confidentiality protective orders. He has managed major document productions and reviews, including many with complicated legal and practical issues. In addition, he has briefed and defended his decisions, and those of his clients, in motion practice. He has significant experience with Relativity, CaseMap, TimeMap, and others.