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Corporate Compliance and Ethics; Discrimination and Harassment; Financial Services; Staffing, Independent Contractors and Contingent Workers; Littler X-celerator Toolkits; Unfair Competition and Trade Secrets; Wage and Hour; Whistleblowing and Retaliation; Workplace Safety and Health (OSHA & MSHA)
Harry W. Wellford, Jr. focuses his practice on employment litigation and client counseling. His expertise includes all facets of wrongful termination and employment discrimination, as well as executive compensation and unfair competition litigation in federal; state; trial; appellate courts and before arbitration panels and federal and state agencies.
Wellford has handled several groundbreaking unfair competition cases in Missouri and drafted the Missouri Dram Shop law, the constitutionality of which was upheld by the Missouri Supreme Court. His representation includes professional sports teams; healthcare providers; financial institutions; paper product businesses; transportation companies; among others.
Additionally, he opened Littler's St. Louis office and previously served as that office managing shareholder for nearly nine years.
American Bar Association - Fair Labor Standards Subcommittee, Labor and Employment Section, Sox Subcommittee, Co-Chair
J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law; B.A., Washington and Lee University, cum laude