Norman Mott has represented management and employer interests in labor law, labor relations, civil rights, wage/hour, immigration, OSHA, ERISA and other employer-employee relations matters since 1976. Since 2004 he has also taught Labor Law at Loyola University College of Law. While in law school, Norman served on the Board of Editors of the Mississippi Law Journal. Norman has successfully represented employers in over 100 union organizing drives. He has handled both class action and individual employment discrimination suits in federal and state courts, and has worked with large and small employers in developing personnel practices designed to achieve the employer’s business goals including maintaining their union-free status. Norman also regularly speaks on labor and employment law topics.
- All courts in Louisiana and Mississippi
- United States Supreme Court
- United States Courts of Appeal for the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits
- University of Mississippi Law School (J.D.)
- Princeton University (A.B.)
- “Pre-Hire Agreements in the Construction Industry: Void or Enforcement Labor/Management Obligation?” 52 Mississippi Law Journal 705
- “An Analysis of the Mississippi Criminal Code Under the Equal Rights Amendment.” 47 Mississippi Law Journal 279