Luis represents employers in a range of labor and employment matters and has developed a significant practice focusing on employee defection and recruitment, including litigating injunction and damage actions relating to: covenants not to compete, non-solicitation and non-disclosure agreements, unfair competition, trade secrets, duty of loyalty, the Computer Fraud & Abuse Act, and state trade secrets and unfair competition statutes.
Luis has represented clients in numerous industries including banking and securities brokerage, print media, software, medicine, automotive parts manufacturing, construction, commercial chemical, trucking, and industrial HVAC. In addition to litigating, he provides training to companies on such litigation, ways to avoid or succeed in such litigation, and assists clients with the drafting of non-compete agreements to meet the specific needs of their industry and state law. Luis also helps clients develop programs to protect competitive assets against employee defection, and to minimize risks when hiring from competitors.
Luis' practice also includes traditional employment and labor cases, for both public and private sector clients regarding race, age, sex, national origin, disability claims, worker’s compensation claims, and unemployment compensation matters. He served as a Judicial Intern to Judge Jon P. Wilcox at the Wisconsin Supreme Court during law school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.