Timothy (“Tim”) D. Loudon is a Shareholder in the Omaha, Nebraska office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Mr. Loudon's accomplishments in labor law were recognized by his listing as 2014 Lawyer of the Year in Labor Law-Management for the Omaha metropolitan area by Best Lawyers and U.S. News & World Report. Mr. Loudon recently was honored in the related field of employment law by being listed as 2015 Lawyer of the Year in Employment Law-Management for the Omaha metropolitan area by Best Lawyers and U.S. News & World Report.
Mr. Loudon is experienced and available for consultation in virtually every spect of traditional labor and employment law, including:
•Union organizing and election campaigns;
•Union contract negotiations;
•Union grievance and arbitration proceedings;
•Defense of employment discrimination charges;
•Affirmative action plans and administrative audits;
•Administrative hearings and proceedings before the EEOC, the NLRB, the Wage and Hour Division, and various state and local agencies throughout the United States;
•Employment-related litigation before various state and federal courts;
•Human Resources policy review and design; and,
•Desk-top consulting regarding every-day employment law issues such as those involving Title VII, ADEA, EPA, ADA, FMLA, WARN, OWBPA, NLRA, and FLSA.
Mr. Loudon has received an AV top rating by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, and is listed in the Chambers USA Guide to America's Leading Businesss Lawyers (Band 1). He is also routinely listed in The Best Lawyers in America, the Great Plains Super Lawyers, the Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition, and Omaha's Top Lawyers.
Mr. Loudon is a member of the ABA's Labor and Employment Law Section, EEO Committee; the American Bar Association, the Nebraska State Bar Association, the Iowa Bar Association, the Omaha Bar Association; and the NSBA's Labor Relations and Employment Law Section, Former Executive Committee Member. Mr. Loudon is admitted to practice in the states of Iowa and Nebraska; the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska; the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Circuits; and the U.S. Supreme Court. He has also been admitted pro hac vice to various state and federal courts in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Montana, Minnesota, South Dakota, Texas, and Wisconsin.
Mr. Loudon earned his J.D. in 1981 from the University of Nebraska College of Law, and his B.A. in 1975 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, sociology and political science.
Mr. Loudon's many published works include the following:
“The Civil Rights Act of 1991: What Does it Mean and What Is Its Likely Impact?” Nebraska Law Review, Vol. 71, No. 1 (July, 1992)
“L.B. 324: Codification of the Public Policy Exception to the Employment-At-Will Doctrine in Nebraska,” Creighton Law Review, Vol. 19, No. 3 (1985-1986)
“Employment Discrimination,” Nebraska “How to” Practice Manual, Second Edition (June 1998)
“Military Leave (USERRA) with a Glance at the Family Military Leave Act of Nebraska,” The Nebraska Lawyer (November/December, 2007)
”Applying Disparate Impact to Title VII Comparable Worth Claims: An Incomparable Task,” Indiana Law Journal, Vol. 61, No. 2 (Spring, 1986) (Co-author)
“The 1993 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Their Anticipated Impact on Employment Litigation.” Creighton Law Review, Vol. 28, No. 4 (June 1995) (Co-author)
Employment Discrimination Law
ABA. 1998 Cumulative Supplement [Chapter Contributor]
ABA. 2002 Cumulative Supplement [Chapter Contributor]
Mr. Loudon's pro-bono activities include his regular participation at the Douglas County Courthouse “Self-Help” desk, where he assists indigent individuals with their legal needs.
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Honors, Awards and Pro Bono Activity
•AV top rating by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
•Listed in Chambers USA Client's Guide to America's Leading Lawyers for Business (Band 1)
•Listed in The Best Lawyers in America
•Listed in Great Plains Super Lawyers
•Listed in Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition
•Listed in Omaha's Top Lawyers
•Pro Bono: regular participant at the Douglas County Courthouse self-help desk.
Articles Military Leave (USERRA) with a Glance at the Family Military Leave Act of Nebraska
The Nebraska Lawyer (November 2007) [Author] Employment Discrimination Law 3 (January 2002) [Contributing Author] Employment Discrimination
Nebraska How to Practice Manual 2 (June 1998) [Author] The 1993 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Their Anticipated Impact on Employment Litigation
Creighton Law Review 28.4 (June 1995) [Co-Author] The Civil Rights Act of 1991: What Does it Mean and What Is Its Likely Impact?
Nebraska Law Review 71.1 (July 1992) [Author] Applying Disparate Impact to Title VII Comparable Worth Claims: An Incomparable Task
Indiana Law Journal 61.2 (May 1986) [Co-Author] L.B. 324: Codification of the Public Policy Exception to the Employment-At-Will Doctrine in Nebraska
Creighton Law Review 19.3 (January 1985) [Author]