Gary GoodinGary has been practicing in the area of labor and employment defense since 1990. Gary has assisted employers with all aspects of the employment relationship from reviewing and drafting employee handbooks, to defending employers in nearly all administrative and judicial forums. Gary has authored numerous articles and spoken to management groups on a wide variety of employment related topics including, but not limited to, federal and state hiring/firing issues, workplace discrimination issues, wage and hour issues, employment litigation strategies and issues, The Americans with Disabilities Act, The Rehabilitation Act, The Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, The Employer’s Responsibilities under the National Labor Relations Act, medical records in the employment setting, privacy in employment, employee discipline and discharge, The Family Medical Leave Act, compiling and drafting employment handbooks, the legal aspects of hiring, firing and discipline, infectious waste in the employment context, guidelines for drug testing, what every manager should know about employment law, Indiana Worker’s Compensation, The Civil Rights Act of 1991, sexual harassment, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Older Worker’s Benefit Protection Act, Defamation, The Employment Relationship, Veteran/Military Personnel Employment Rights & Access to Medical Records. Gary has represented both small employers and large employers with thousands of employees. He is one of the founding directors of the firm, providing extensive expertise in the employment law area.

Gary graduated from Indiana University School of Public & Environmental Affairs in Bloomington, Indiana with a B.S. Degree in Public Affairs in 1985, a Master of Public Affairs in 1987, and Indiana University School of Law in 1989. Gary and his family live in Carmel, IN.

PHONE:  317-204-2019
EMAIL:  ggoodin@goodinmeyer.com