Taylor E. White

Associate, Labor and Employment
Dallas
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4992 f 214.999.3992
twhite@gardere.com

Taylor White represents business employers in litigation and transactions, as well as policy making and implementation involving difficult labor and employment issues. Clients across a wide range of industries turn to Taylor for counsel involving all types of discrimination, including race, age, sex, veteran status and disability. He advises employers regarding laws governing safety, harassment, retaliation, breach of contract and employment-related torts, and counsels clients on litigation avoidance strategies. These include wage and hour, restrictive covenant, contract, labor, discrimination and retaliation issues.

Clients appreciate Taylor’s calming influence in emotionally-charged situations, as well as his knack for piecing together the complex facts and issues presented in matters involving OSHA and other statutes. They comment on his strong writing skills and ability to translate arcane legal concepts into practical, common-sense options on how to deal with a problem. A client of Taylor’s wrote that he found Taylor to be “professional, personable and highly convicted to achieve the needed results.”

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