Carr Allison Welcomes Brett Adair

Brett Adair has joined Carr Allison in its Birmingham office.  Bringing more than 20 years’ experience representing clients in the labor and employment industry, Brett comes to Carr Allison after having an independent practice for the past 10 years.

Brett represents employers throughout the United States in matters such as: discrimination and sexual harassment allegations, whistleblower claims, employee benefit issues, employment tort and contract claims, wage and hour issues, OSHA investigations and contests, workers’ compensation retaliation claims, non-compete agreement disputes, misappropriation of trade secrets claims and unfair competition claims.

An AV-rated attorney through Martindale-Hubbell, Brett is a member of the Alabama and Georgia State Bars.  He is admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, all state and federal district courts in Alabama, the Middle District of Georgia and all state courts in Georgia.  Brett earned his JD from the University of Alabama School of Law, graduating magna cum laude.

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