T. WARREN JACKSON
With 30 years of experience, Warren Jackson joins Signature Resolution to resolve complex matters involving general litigation, labor, employment and civil rights.
As a seasoned employment law and general litigator Mr. Jackson specialized in class, collective and representative actions, counseling on all phases of the employment relationship, non-compete matters, union campaigns and internal investigations. Prior to becoming a mediator, Mr. Jackson worked as senior vice president and associate general counsel of DIRECTV, now part of the AT&T family. He has managed and conducted internal investigations into allegations of discrimination, retaliation and sexual harassment, and resolved sensitive cases, particularly those involving alleged whistleblower and executive departures and participated in hundreds of mediations or arbitrations.
Having defended employers against single plaintiff employment lawsuits and agency matters, Mr. Jackson has counseled clients and provided strategic litigation support for labor and employment disputes. He also functioned as vice president of workforce diversity and chief ethics officer. This experience in total will allow Mr. Jackson to transform his career to the mediation/arbitration space and facilitate the resolution of clients’ disputes effectively and efficiently.
Mr. Jackson is also acknowledged as a company leader and national speaker in the employment law industry and was nominated by his peers in 2003 as a Fellow in the College of Labor & Employment Lawyers. He serves on a number of legal boards including the Legal Committee of the Employers Group and the Boards of the Constitutional Rights Foundation, the Riordan Programs at UCLA Anderson and the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Mr. Jackson has been consistently active in matters of importance to Los Angeles, ranging from service on the Webster Commission reviewing the LAPD’s response to the civil disturbance following the Rodney King trial to current service on LA County’s Economy and Efficiency Commission.