David is a member of the firm, emphasizing both employment litigation and commercial litigation in his practice. He represents employers in all aspects of employment disputes, including protecting proprietary information, litigating non-competition agreements, complying with safety and health regulations, and advocating on benefits disputes. He regularly defends EEOC and state discrimination charges, and frequently represents employers in discrimination and retaliation lawsuits filed in state and federal courts. David also has a robust practice representing businesses in real estate, commercial disputes, and business-related tort and contract litigation.
David has broad experience in federal and state trial and appellate courts, as well as administrative courts. He combines trial and litigation experience with effective and thorough client communication — striving to understand their needs and interests — in order to achieve successful resolutions to complex problems.
401 Main Street, Suite 1600
Peoria, IL 61602
David Lubben will be presenting at the Illinois SHRM Employment Law Conference on State Legislative and Employment Law Update on March 30, 2022.
On February 11, 2020, Attorney David Lubben will present on Illinois Statutory Law Changes at the monthly meeting of the Decatur Area SHRM.
On June 17, 2020 Attorney Lubben will be presenting “What you Need to Know about Immigration”. Topics covered will include: Basics on Visa Programs; I-9 Preparation, Review, Correction and Preservation; ICE Audits for I-9 Compliance & Post-Audit Notices; Worksite raids and detention of employees; What to do when you get an SSA no match letter.
On August 19, 2020, Attorney David Lubben will present “Managing Absenteeism, Accommodation and Leave Issues.” Topics covered will include: the importance of clarifying attendance policies and time tracking procedures; legally protected leave, including leave under the FMLA and USERRA; leave as an accommodation for disabling conditions, pregnancy, religious practices, and domestic violence victims; identifying and reducing fraud and abuse; and protected leaves under Illinois law.
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2020
Time: 11:15 am – 12 noon
Join David G. Lubben, Partner and Michael Rayfield, Associate with Davis & Campbell, LLC for a webinar on:
David Lubben presented “Preparing Effective Handbooks & Employment Agreements” for the AAIM Employer’s Association. Topics included language that could transform handbooks into employment contracts, laws that impact handbooks and agreements, best practices, and how to keep your own handbook relevant and current.
Rick Russo, David Lubben, and Derek Schryer are presenting at the Decatur Area SHRM Chapter’s Annual Human Resources Conference. Topics will include wage and hour issues, healthcare reform updates, and best practices in employment terminations.
Contact Rick, David, or Derek for more information, or the Decatur Area SHRM Chapter to register for the seminar.
David Lubben, Rick Russo, and Abby Clark successfully enforced a client’s non-competition agreement by obtaining a temporary restraining order and permanent injunction against two former employees who had attempted to start a competing business.
Keith Braskich and David Lubben obtained summary judgment for a client in a federal district court case, where a male employee alleged that he had been sexually harassed by other male employees.
David G. Lubben and Jonathan G. Bunge successfully secured the dismissal of a collective action/class action wage and hour lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. The ruling dismissed the plaintiff’s claims that she and others had been subjected to violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act, and the Illinois Minimum Wage Law in connection with meal breaks.
David G. Lubben obtained summary judgment on behalf of a title insurance firm on claims of negligent misrepresentation. Lubben successfully argued that the firm did not induce the plaintiff to take any actions in reliance on the alleged misrepresentations, and thereby prevented assessment of significant liability against his client.