Timothy D. Loudon, an Employer/Management lawyer with Jackson Lewis, P.C. in Omaha, Nebraska has been practicing labor and employment law for 34 years and has been a Section member since 1992. Tim decided to join the Section because he grew up in the civil rights era of the 1960s and developed a passion for this area of the law. During his early years as a lawyer, he tried to attend the Section’s annual educational programs and conferences as much as he could. Mr. Loudon found the events useful as they provided an exceptional opportunity to meet some of the greatest minds in this field. As an active member, Tim has been a part of the Equal Employment Opportunity committee. As a former investigator for the Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission, Mr. Loudon investigated hundreds of discrimination charges and evaluated cases for litigation worthiness. Since leaving that agency in 1985, Mr. Loudon has successfully defended management in excess of 1,000 discrimination charges, appearing before numerous EEOC, state, county, and municipal FEP agencies throughout the United States. This self-described “driven” lawyer is a great member to get to know.
Favorite Book: To Kill a Mockingbird
Hidden Talent: Creativity
Favorite Movie: “Gladiator”
Dream Vacation: Cabo San Lucas
Midnight Snack: Vanilla Ice Cream