Alia Wynne has successfully represented employers in a number of jurisdictions against charges and lawsuits related to sexual harassment, hostile work environment, discrimination based on gender, race, age, and disability, and retaliation for engaging in activity protected by Title VII, ERISA, and workers' compensation laws. She also handles litigation involving breach of contract, restrictive covenants, trade secrets, and individual and collective FLSA claims.
On the preventative side, Alia provides day-to-day advice on a variety of employment issues, including investigations, disciplinary matters, terminations, leaves of absence, and wage-hour compliance. She also reviews and drafts employment agreements, restrictive covenants, handbooks, and personnel forms.
During law school, Alia served as Comment/Casenote Editor for the Loyola Law Review, and was designated a William L. Crowe, Sr. Scholar.
She also authored Acknowledging Information Technology Under the Civil Code: Why Software Transactions Should Not Be Treated as Sales, which was published in the Loyola Law Review in 2004.
Alia was named a Texas Super Lawyers “Rising Star” in 2014.
6 Lactation Break Policy Considerations For Employers
June 22, 2015
5 Legal Issues From Conception To Birth And Beyond
November 6, 2013
Is Texas' New Unemployment Compensation Law Effective?
September 19, 2011
Texting On The Job Can Be Costly
August 2, 2010
Houston Breakfast Academy with Fisher & Phillips LLP
November 17, 2015
Complex FMLA and ADA Issues: New Regulations and Case Law - Houston, TX
August 1, 2013
Workplace Investigations - Houston, TX
April 10, 2011
Alia is AV Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.