Jackson Walker LLP
David Schlottman is an advisor and litigator who focuses on complex cases involving employees, the workplace, and related business disputes. He has wide-ranging experience in helping clients with business problems and lawsuits involving wage-and-hour issues, employee competition, theft of trade secrets, contract claims, compensation disputes, employment discrimination and retaliation, and union-related disputes.
David distinguishes his practice through preparation, knowledge of the rules, exceptional work product, and accessibility and responsiveness to clients. Whether the case is big or small, David strives to deliver creative and tailored case strategies in line with a client’s business objectives and cost expectations.
David stays current on relevant legal trends through regular participation in local bar activities and assisting with continuing legal education presentations. Additionally, David has served as a contributor to the influential treatise Employment Discrimination Law, which is published by the American Bar Association’s Section of Labor & Employment Law.
Throughout law school at Baylor, David was recognized for his advocacy and written work product. He was a member of winning mock trial and moot court teams. He was also published in the Baylor Law Review and later served as its Editor-in-Chief for the 2011-2012 school year.
B.A., with high honors, Abilene Christian University
J.D., magna cum laude, Baylor Law School