Adam J. Peters
- Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
- Litigation – Civil Pretrial and Trial Services
- Litigation & Risk Management
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit
- U.S. District Court
- Northern District, CA
- Northern District, TX
- Eastern District, TX
- Southern District, TX
- Western District, TX
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), 2014
- The University of Texas School of Law, J.D., 2003 – Articles Editor, Texas Law Review
- University of California, Berkeley, B.A, English, 1998 – Highest Honors, Distinction in General Scholarship
Large Law Firm Experience:
- Littler Mendelson P.C.
Mr. Peters represents businesses in all manner of employment law litigation and advice, with a specialty in management-side traditional labor law and collective bargaining.
Before joining FisherBroyles, Mr. Peters practiced in both the San Francisco and Dallas offices of Littler Mendelson PC, the largest U.S. Labor & Employment firm.
Mr. Peters has a solid track record of helping businesses become or remain union free. He has also handled all manner of labor law issues related to incumbent labor unions, from collective bargaining negotiations, contract grievances, arbitration and litigation, to unfair labor practice charges and complaints before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and its regional offices.
In 2010, Mr. Peters assisted the employer in Granite Rock Company v. International Brotherhood of Teamsters, a federal labor law case presented on its merits to the U.S. Supreme Court following a successful jury trial in the Northern District of California and related appeals to both the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the NLRB.
In addition to traditional labor law, Mr. Peters is also a seasoned professional and SPHR-certified expert in all other types of employment law advice and litigation.
Mr. Peters has experience litigating employment law matters in state and federal courts, arbitration tribunals, and administrative proceedings before the EEOC, U.S. Department of Labor, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, and the Texas Workforce Commission. These cases include complaints of discrimination and retaliation, worker’s compensation, trade secrets, non-competes, and wage & hour disputes.
Mr. Peters regularly advises clients about human resource policies and procedures. He has also conducted internal investigations regarding discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and bullying, including Title IX investigations.
Mr. Peters excels at identifying a desired result and implementing strategies to secure it. He navigates all aspects of employment law, including disability accommodations, leaves of absence, hiring, firing, discipline, job descriptions, wage & hour issues, and exemption classification to find the right solution for each client.
Mr. Peters has assisted clients in energy, construction, manufacturing, education, retail, aviation, healthcare, and pharmaceutical industries.
During law school, Mr. Peters served as a Member and Articles Editor for the Texas Law Review.
Mr. Peters joined FisherBroyles in 2015. He lives in Dallas with his wife, his daughter, and two dogs.