Having spent 10 years as in-house counsel for two Fortune 500 companies, I know how important the relationship is between an attorney and a client. That's why I work to understand the client's business, understand the expectations of the client and work efficiently to bring a matter to a successful conclusion, whether a settlement, jury verdict or judgment.
Gayla Crain is a seasoned litigator and counselor to employers of all sizes, from Fortune 500 to small businesses, around the country. Her experience includes trying cases in state and federal courts, resolving disputes through arbitrations, conducting investigations and audits, providing workplace training and addressing day-to-day workplace problems. Gayla also represents numerous religious organizations around Texas and in other states and provides unique counsel on employment issues impacted by religious liberty and the First Amendment.
Gayla has been successful for her clients in litigation and arbitrations involving all types of discrimination, harassment and retaliation, wrongful termination, theft of trade secrets, and disputes involving non-compete and non-solicitation agreements. She also has unique and substantial experience in defending multi-party and class action litigation and resolving Department of Labor audits, primarily involving FLSA wage and hour claims.