Case Western Reserve University School of Law,
J.D., cum laude, 2010
Order of the Coif
Publisher, Case Western Reserve University Law Review
CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Legal Analys
University of Miami,
University of Miami Award of Academic Merit
University of Miami Outstanding Graduate Student
Michigan State University,
Illinois USDC, Northern District
Illinois USDC, Southern District
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Thompson Coburn LLP
Summer Associate, 2009
United States District Court, Eastern District of Ohio
Judicial Extern, Summer 2008
Paul represents employers in immigration matters and in litigation in a variety of state and federal courts across Missouri and Illinois.
Drawing on his extensive experience handling all phases of discovery and motion practice, Paul offers clients efficient strategies to manage their employment cases. He assists clients facing charges of discrimination under Title VII in front of the EEOC and state agencies. He also helps employers respond to charges, create and file position statements, and gather evidence, all with the goal of strategically positioning the employer for success.
Paul has developed a special focus on non-compete actions and has contributed to Thompson Coburn's marked success in bringing lawsuits against executives and other former employees whose competitive employment threatens the company's trade secrets, particularly in the software and technology industries. Successful outcomes in these actions have included orders of preliminary and permanent injunctions.
Paul's experience in immigration and nationality law involves both temporary nonimmigrant visa petitions and permanent employment and family-based immigrant visa "green card" applications. He has extensive experience helping businesses in securing L-1A, L-1B, and H-1B temporary work visas, and counsels clients on long-term strategies for obtaining permanent residence and U.S. citizenship for employees.
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