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Cary Farris is a member of Winstead’s Labor, Employment & Immigration Practice Group. He represents businesses in a wide variety of labor and employment matters, including discrimination and harassment class actions, ADA and FMLA cases, wage and hour cases, government agency audits, and collective bargaining negotiations. Cary works with clients ranging from large manufacturing companies with facilities across the country to smaller businesses seeking practical solutions to labor and employment law issues.

Cary has litigated significant federal employment law cases in multiple district courts, appellate courts, and the United States Supreme Court. He has extensive class action experience, including multiple class certification hearings and appeals.

Cary also works with clients to prevent lawsuits before they happen by working with them on daily issues that arise in the workplace and by conducting dozens of management training sessions each year on discrimination and harassment issues, ADA and FMLA compliance, hiring and promotions processes, affirmative action compliance, and best practices for counseling employees. 

Cary is Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

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