Littler Mendelson PC has named Alan L. McLaughlin regional office managing shareholder of the firm’s Indianapolis and San Diego offices.
McLaughlin, who also serves as office managing shareholder in Littler’s Denver office, succeeds Craig Borowski in Indianapolis and Mishell Parreno Taylor in San Diego. Borowski and Taylor are stepping down to focus on their active practices and other firm leadership roles, the firm announced June 10.
“Al has experience managing multiple offices and is a proven firm leader. As OMS of the Denver office, I have had the benefit of experiencing his leadership and know firsthand of his many outstanding qualities as a business professional and as a lawyer,” Erin Webber, Littler managing director and president, said in a statement. “With Al’s deep commitment to providing outstanding client service and his collaborative and team-oriented approach, I am confident that he will continue to elevate the firm’s presence in these key and growing markets. I also want to thank Craig and Mishell for their many efforts and look forward to their ongoing contributions on behalf of the firm.”
McLaughlin represents public and private employers in a broad range of employment-related disputes at the administrative, state and federal levels, including before the United States Supreme Court and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. His experience ranges across discrimination and class actions, unfair competition and trade secrets, and arbitrations. He also provides counsel and preventive training to ensure clients remain compliant with federal and state regulations.
“I am excited to work with the talented and diverse teams in Indianapolis and San Diego,” McLaughlin said in a statement. “Craig and Mishell have done an excellent job growing Littler’s footprint in their respective markets, and I look forward to building upon their efforts as we continue to deliver exceptional client service.”
McLaughlin earned his bachelor’s degree from Wabash College in Indiana and his law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School.