Greg McAllister’s clients rely on him for results under pressure. He represents employers and individuals regarding noncompete/nonsolicit, trade secrets, overtime, business disputes, and executive compensation. His clients often request or defend against temporary restraining orders (TROs) and injunctions. He advises companies and individuals regarding employment/business agreements.
Mr. McAllister’s career began at a premier Dallas litigation firm and later became partner at the world’s largest employment firm, before coming to Rogge Dunn Group. Throughout his practice, Mr. McAllister has learned clients MUST have lawyers that are:
- strategic, and
- able to start with an end goal.
Those lessons aligned with his experience playing and coaching football, which also taught teamwork and tenacity. He applies these lessons and his passion to his legal practice every day.
Representation & Results
Unanimous defense jury verdicts in class/collective action lawsuits regarding overtime under Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
Obtaining and defending against TROs and injunctions in lawsuits regarding noncompetition, nonsolicitation, lift-outs, and trade secrets
Favorable summary judgment orders, including as plaintiff (breach of contract) and defendant (dismissals of FLSA lawsuit and disability discrimination/retaliation lawsuit)
Favorable arbitration orders as claimant and respondent in various industries (such as energy, construction, FINRA, waste management, and telecommunications)
Orders granting pre-suit depositions under Texas’s Rule 202
Dismissal (and attorneys’ fees) under Anti-SLAPP law as defendant; as plaintiff, defeated motion to dismiss filed under Anti-SLAPP (i.e., Texas Citizen Participation Act)
Dismissal for Florida client sued Texas lawsuit (argument based on contract’s forum selection clause)
Negotiating and drafting settlement agreements regarding claims for breach of contract, noncompetes, trade secrets, FLSA (collective actions and single plaintiff), discrimination; and other torts
Litigating state and federal matters involving discrimination, trade secrets, noncompetition, FLSA, special appearances and executive compensation
Investigating claims regarding whistleblowers, kick-backs, discrimination, overtime, and joint employer claim
Responding to charges by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)