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Max G. Brittain, Jr. is head of Schiff Hardin LLP's Labor and Employment Group.
Mr. Brittain has extensive experience representing management clients in proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, state and federal courts, and various local, state, and federal agencies.
Bar Admissions: He is admitted to practice in Illinois and before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Courts of Appeals for the Federal and Seventh Circuits, and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Date of Birth: 1947
Law School: Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., 1976
Law School Honors/Involvement: cum laude; Managing Editor of the Loyola University of Chicago Law Review
Undergraduate School: Bradley University, B.S., 1969
Bar/Professional Association Involvement:
He is a member of the American Bar Association Labor Law Committee and has served as Management Chair of the Subcommittee of Employee Rights and Responsibilities. His national recognition in this field includes his 1997 induction as a Fellow into the honorary College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.
Published Legal Writing:
Mr. Brittain is a frequent lecturer and writer on labor and employment law. For instance, he is coauthor of the book, Wrongful Termination Claims: A Preventative Approach, published by the Practising Law Institute in 1991.
He also has served as adjunct professor at Loyola University of Chicago Law School.