Brett Holubeck takes a practical approach to counsel and defend businesses and individuals in employment law issues and disputes, working proactively to understand clients’ business requirements, devise solutions tailored to their specific needs, foresee issues to prevent them from becoming lawsuits – and respond effectively if they do.
He knows that good preventative measures are crucial to avoiding litigation and improving performance and employee morale. To this end, he conducts employee and HR training, advises on employee handbooks, drafts employment agreements, and helps ensure compliant policies. As the son of a small business owner, Brett understands the importance of having the right policies and practices in place so businesses can do what they do best: serve their customers and clients. Brett has traditional labor relations experience and has represented companies before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in cases involving union elections, union organizing, and unfair labor practices (ULP) claims.
Before joining Fisher Phillips, Brett practiced employment law at a Gulf Coast regional firm, where he handled wage and hour, discrimination, sexual harassment, disability, employee leave, noncompetition, and labor relations matters. He also has experience conducting investigations and leading arbitrations. He is a frequent speaker on a variety of topics affecting the workplace.
Brett is board certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.