Ronald M. Gaswirth

Co-Chair, Retail
Partner, Labor and Employment
3000 Thanksgiving Tower
1601 Elm Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4601 f 214.999.3601

Ron Gaswirth is a sought after lawyer who handles companies’ most pressing labor and employment matters, including collective, class action, wage and hour cases, union prevention and negotiations, National Labor Relations Act disputes and the most difficult Occupational Safety and Health Administration cases. As a former regional counsel for the U.S. Department of Labor, Ron understands the system and how the laws can best work to protect his clients and their organizations.

Representing clients from coast-to-coast and often for many years, Ron ensures that they are prepared to address today’s highest risk issues, such as the significant rise in workplace sexual harassment claims, the aging workforce, increasing trade secret theft, regulation and compliance, and managing the uncertainties of jury trials. The unique issues faced by major national retailers are a special focus.

Ron also serves as outside general counsel for prominent CEOs, general counsel and senior human resources executives. They rely on him for strategic and broad business advice, and he sources the best subject matter experts in key areas to help them achieve specific goals.

Clients include:

  • Budget Rent-A-Car
  • Cleveland Wrecking Co.
  • Comcast Corp.
  • Denton County Electric Cooperative Inc.
  • Don Henley
  • Mouser Electronics Inc. (Berkshire Hathaway)
  • Park Place Motorcars Ltd.
  • Riverbed Technology Inc.
  • Sears Holdings Corp.
  • Stevens Transport Inc.
  • Targetbase
  • Things Remembered Inc.
  • TTI Inc. (Berkshire Hathaway)

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