Jessica Glatzer Mason

Partner, Labor and Employment
1000 Louisiana Street
Suite 2000
Houston, Texas 77002-2099
t 713.276.5793 f 713.276.6793

Jessica Mason is a labor law attorney who represents employers and executives in their labor and employment litigation pre-trial, trial and appellate matters around the U.S. and before administrative agencies, including the Texas Workforce Commission, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the U.S. Department of Labor.

She routinely advises clients on unfair competition and trade secret protection, including drafting and reviewing non-competition and employment agreements, as well as litigating such matters and seeking and defending against injunctive relief. In addition, Jessica has expertise in managing complaints and litigation relating to discrimination and harassment, including claims made under Title VII and state law. She also advises employers and handles claims relating to the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and Family and Medical Leave Act, as well as employment policies, EEOC compliance, hiring and termination decisions, and a wide range of personnel issues, including disciplinary actions and policy development, supervisor and executive training, drug testing, privacy in the employment context and other workplace issues.

Furthermore, Jessica regularly teams with employers to provide guidance and training relative to preventative measures that reduce litigation and complaints and limit liability. 

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