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Ethan J. Davis


P 214-520-2400
F 214-520-2008


Ethan J. Davis is an Associate in the Dallas, Texas, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. His practice focuses on representing employers in workplace law matters, including employment litigation, best practices counsel and traditional labor law issues.

While attending law school, Mr. Davis was the treasurer of both the Jewish Law Students Association and the Native American Law Students Association. He participated in the 2014 Boston College Law School Moot Court Competition where he earned a Top Brief Award.

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Mr. Davis externed at the Federal Labor Relations Authority in Boston, concentrating on resolving unfair labor practice charges. He is originally from Needham, Massachusetts, and is an active member of the local community.

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Boston Bar Association
  • Boston College Law School Alumni Association

Pro Bono and Community Involvement

  • Jewish Big Brother Big Sisters, Volunteer

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September 6, 2017

union kNOw – September 2017

September 6, 2017

Keep Your Eyes Open, Even If You Don’t Think You Need To Workers at Nissan’s factory in Canton, Mississippi, have strongly rejected representation by the United Auto Workers — 63% to 37% — despite a multi-year organizing campaign. Nissan spent enormous resources in a counter-campaign that included a local advertising blitz consisting... Read More

April 28, 2017

union kNOw – April 2017

April 28, 2017

Second ‘Day Without Immigrants’ Protests and Strikes to Take Place on May 1 Building off of what organizers see a successful February 16 ‘Day Without Immigrants,’ a second series of protests and strikes has been scheduled for May 1. For more information on similar recent activities and strategies on how to respond lawfully to the... Read More

January 24, 2017

union kNOw – January 2017

January 24, 2017

Unions Not Making Headway, NLRB Stats Show The NLRB’s “quickie election rule” (QER) is not having its desired or expected effect of energizing union organizing. According to NLRB statistics, fewer “RC” petitions (seeking union representation) were filed in FY 2016 than in FY 2015 — 2,029 vs. 2,198. (The NLRB’s fiscal year is October 1... Read More