Aaron partners with in-house counsel and human resources professionals to provide practical guidance on workforce matters and resolve employment disputes. Raised in a military family, Aaron’s discipline and drive to understand his clients’ businesses inform his ability to address his clients’ needs and identify solutions. Aaron represents a diverse group of employers across the country, and his clients include Fortune 500 companies in the banking, financial services, manufacturing, grocery, retail, gaming, hospitality, health care, and energy industries.
Aaron has been continuously Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2015. Prior to dedicating his legal practice to labor & employment, Aaron served as a felony prosecutor with the Harris County District Attorney’s Office in the fourth largest city in the country - Houston, Texas. Aaron’s many years of trial experience now guide his litigation strategy on labor and employment claims. In state and federal courts across the country, Aaron regularly defends his clients against single and multi-plaintiff lawsuits, as well as investigations brought by state and federal administrative agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Aaron’s prior prosecutorial and investigative experience make him particularly adept at conducting independent investigations into high-profile and confidential workplace allegations.
Aaron has represented management before the National Labor Relations Board with respect to union elections, claims of unfair labor practices, injunction hearings, and labor arbitrations. A recognized authority in labor matters, Aaron is a contributing author to the American Bar Association's guide on How to Take a Case Before the NLRB and their Midwinter Treatise on the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Because of Aaron's common-sense advice and breadth of experience, newspapers, television programs, and magazines regularly look to Aaron for legal analysis, especially as it relates to employment issues involving free speech and social media. Aaron has been quoted by Texas Monthly, National Public Radio (NPR), Bloomberg Law, The Huffington Post, the Chicago Tribune, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal, among many other national and local media outlets.
Aaron earned his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and his law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law.