Mr. Randolph represents clients facing complex business disputes and employment litigation. He handles matters involving commercial contracts, licensing agreements, trade secrets, non-compete agreements, disability discrimination, sexual harassment, and wage and hour issues. He advises clients across a broad range of industries, including clients in the energy, educational, medical, and technology sectors. In addition, Mr. Randolph represents entities in the public sector, such as education, government, and local municipalities. He is a frequent lecturer and author on employment-related issues, and he remains at the forefront of e-discovery developments.
Mr. Randolph has extensive experience successfully representing clients before the Idaho Human Rights Commission, the Equal Opportunity Commission, and in state and federal courts throughout Idaho, as well as in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Mr. Randolph served as a law clerk for the Honorable N. Randy Smith of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He is admitted to practice in the state of Idaho, the United States District Court for the District of Idaho, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Since its inception in 1947, Holland & Hart has grown into a firm of more than 440 lawyers in 15 offices in Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and the District of Columbia. In 2010, U.S.News & World Report and Best Lawyers® recognized Holland & Hart for earning one national first-tier ranking and 76 metropolitan first-tier rankings, more than all but five firms in the entire U.S.
Firm Practice Areas
The firm handles transactions, disputes, and compliance for companies around the world.
With the largest and most extensive management-side labor and employment practice located in the Mountain West Region, we have experience in virtually every area of labor and employment law, from human resources management to union activities; employee benefits to immigration concerns.
We can help you institute policies and procedures designed to develop effective and productive employer-employee relationships and avoid problems before they arise. We are equally skilled at resolving problems, if they do occur, through alternative dispute resolution, administrative proceedings or aggressive focused litigation, as the situation demands.
We speak and write extensively on labor and employment law issues, including writing for and editing three of the 50 state-specific Employment Law Letters.
In addition, the firm offers two employment law blogs: