Gary L. Ingram
Gary L. Ingram is head of the Labor and Employment section of Jackson Walker. His experience is primarily in labor and employment law matters and civil rights litigation. Mr. Ingram has a litigation-oriented practice for a wide variety of employers including small to mid-size companies, major U.S. corporations, and various governmental entities. He has personally successfully handled every type of case in the field of employment law, from simple arbitration cases to complex class action litigation.
He is an active member of the American Bar Association and State Bar of Texas, having served in various leadership roles on the State Bar of Texas Continuing Legal Education Committee, Labor and Employment Section, EEOC Liaison Committee, and OSHA Liaison Committee and on the American Bar Association Workers' Compensation Committee, Labor and Employment Law Section, Committee on Individual Rights and Responsibilities. In addition, he has been a member of the State Bar College and is a Fellow in the Texas Bar Foundation. Mr. Ingram also has held various memberships in the Fifth Circuit Bar Association, the American Arbitration Association's Industrial Relations Research Association, the Southwestern Legal Foundation, and the Tarrant County Civil Trial Lawyers Association.
Mr. Ingram is listed in The Best Lawyers in America under Labor Law and Employment Law (2006-2014) and under Litigation - Labor and Employment (2012-2014). He was named a "Top Attorney" in the 2005-2013 issues of Fort Worth, Texas magazine. He was also named a "Super Lawyer" by Thomson Reuters (2003-2013).
Speeches / Publications
Mr. Ingram has appeared as an author and lecturer at numerous educational seminars and workshops including programs sponsored by the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Association of Business, the American Arbitration Association, the American Society of Personnel Administrators, College & University Personnel Administrators, and the Fort Worth Human Relations Commission.
Links to Publications
B.A., Hendrix College (AR)
J.D., Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law