Craig W. Wiley is a Shareholder in the Indianapolis, Indiana, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Mr. Wiley concentrates his practice in state and federal court in a broad range of labor and employment litigation matters, including Title VII, ADA, FMLA, ADEA, FLSA, wage and hour issues, covenants not to compete, trade secret litigation, and executive compensation and severance agreements.
Mr. Wiley has published several articles and has given presentations on topics ranging from employment discrimination law and federal practice. His publications have appeared in the Indiana Lawyer, Federal Lawyer, HR Notes, The Workplace Lawyer, and The Education Law Newsletter. From 2002-1010, Mr. Wiley authored a monthly column published in the Indiana Lawyer entitled Update on Labor & Employment Law, and is a past editor of The Workplace Lawyer, a bi-annual newsletter issued by the Indiana State Bar Association. He also has been a guest lecturer in local and state-wide continuing legal education forums, and from 2003-2006, he was an instructor for the Indiana University School of Continuing Studies, where he taught a class entitled Personnel Law to students seeking a certificate in human resource management.
In 2012, Mr. Wiley was appointed City Attorney to the City of Beech Grove, Indiana, where he counsels the Mayor and Common Council on a variety of issues pertaining to municipal law. In this capacity, Mr. Wiley also serves as the City Prosecutor, prosecuting violations of the city code and misdemeanor traffic offenses.
Mr. Wiley served a two-year term as the law clerk to United States Magistrate Judge Tim A. Baker, Southern District of Indiana.
Honors and Recognitions
•Indianapolis Bar Association, President's Award For Service to the Profession (2007)
•Beech Grove High School Hall of Fame (inducted in December 2007)
•Indiana Lawyer, Up and Coming Lawyer Award, Law and Leadership (2006)
•Indianapolis Bar Foundation, Distinguished fellow (2006) Craig W. Wiley
•The Employment and Labor Law Handbook For Indiana Lawyers. Indiana State Bar Association's Employment and Labor Law Section Indiana, 2005, 2011. [Co-Author]
•For the Record: 150 Year of Law and Lawyers in Minnesota. MN: 1999. [Contributing Author]
• Supreme Court Expands Retaliation Claims, The Workplace Lawyer (Spring 2011) [Author]
• Negligent Reference Not Actionable (Fall 2004) [Author]
•Monthly column for The Indiana Lawyer (Over 100 articles from 2002-2010) [Author]