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A. Kevin Troutman

Partner, Houston
Houston
t: 713.292.5602
f: 713.292.0151

Overview

Kevin Troutman is a member of the firm’s COVID-19 Taskforce, a cross-disciplinary team of attorneys dedicated to advising employers on the many workplace law aspects of the global coronavirus pandemic.


Keeping his client’s business objectives foremost in mind, Kevin Troutman focuses his practice on litigation and providing day-to-day advice concerning a variety of employment and people management issues. In doing so, he calls upon both his experience as an attorney and his years of experience as a human resources executive, including a period when he was responsible for 22 hospitals in five states.

Kevin concentrates on finding practical business solutions that minimize employers’ legal exposure. When litigation ensues, he has handled cases in a variety of settings and jurisdictions. He has successfully handled lawsuits and administrative proceedings involving a wide range of workplace issues. The matters he handles for clients involve various claims of discrimination, sexual and other types of harassment, retaliation, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) violations, wage and hour matters, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violations, whistleblower and False Claims Act (FCA) retaliation, defamation and related torts. Kevin has also helped his clients deal with union-related issues, including unfair labor practice charges and organizing efforts.

Kevin co-chairs the firm’s national Healthcare Industry Group. He has also been a speaker at many industry and human resources events and he is a frequent contributor to publications that report on employment issues. Community-conscious, Kevin has served on various Boards of Directors, including a community hospital, private schools and a Chamber of Commerce. He is “AV” Peer Review rated by Martindale-Hubbell.

Experience

Honors & Leadership

Honors & Awards

"AV" Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell

Professional Activities

  • Houston Bar Association
  • Texas Bar Association
  • Louisiana Bar Association
  • American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA)
  • Houston Chapter of ASHHRA
  • Business Development Chair, Katy Chamber of Commerce

Community Activities

  • Board of Directors & Business Development Committee Chair, Katy Chamber of Commerce

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Seminars & Speaking Engagements

  • Is Your Workplace Ready for the COVID Vaccine? What HR Needs to Know
    Xpert HR
    1.20.21
  • Sticking Points: What Employers Need to Know About the Latest and Continuing Developments Concerning COVID-19 Vaccines
    ACC New Jersey
    1.14.21
  • Sticking Points: What Employers Need To Know About COVID-19 Vaccines
    NAPEO
    1.7.21
  • COVID-19 Vaccine and Compliance, Q&A Session
    Avetta
    12.16.20
  • “Sticking Points: What Employers Need To Know About Flu Shots And COVID-19 Vaccines”
    WestLaw LegalEd Center 
    11.11.20
  • "Sticking Points: What Employers Need To Know About Flu Shots And COVID-19 Vaccines"
    Aurora Training Advantage
    10.22.20
  • Back to Business - Bringing Back a Confident Workforce
    Katy Area of Chamber of Commerce
    6.16.20
  • COVID-19 and Issues in the Workplace 
    Texas Workforce Solutions
    5.8.20
  • Q&A session on reopening of medical offices
    Lammico (physician-insurer in Louisiana and other states) 
    5.7.20
  • Beyond the Curve – Important COVID19 issues in the Workplace
    Katy Area Chamber of Commerce
    5.5.20
  • Webinar for Gulf Coast Businesses/ Do’s and Don’t’s During Coronavirus
    Workforce Solutions
    4.15.20
  • COVID-19 Response Act: Key Employment Issues for Healthcare Providers
    Lammico
    4.9.20
  • The COVID-19 Coronavirus and Your Workplace: What You Need to Know
    Training Leader
    4.7.20
  • What Employers Need to Know About COVID-19, New Leave Requirements and the CARES Act
    Katy Economic Development Council
    4.6.20
  • How and Why the Weinstein Effect Requires Every Employer to Re-examine Its Harassment Prevention Practices
    Greater Houston Society for Healthcare Risk Management (“GHSHRM”)
    2.1.18

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“Leaving [for] Las Vegas” and other scenarios illustrating the challenges of managing employee leaves," Medical Journal-Houston, March 2019

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