Howard Barron's career spans more than 50 years and includes a broad range of litigation.
His initial experience was trying approximately 200 courts-martial in the U.S. Navy. He began his civil trial experience in federal court and U.S. administrative hearings for International Harvester, assisting Albert E. Jenner Jr., Philip W. Tone and Thomas P. Sullivan.
His subsequent trial experience included unfair competition litigation, such as trade secret cases and suits over confidentiality agreements and covenants not to compete, as well as employee raiding.
He has participated in all phases of labor and employment law including labor board unfair labor practice cases, representation hearings, election objections, Taft-Hartley litigation, injunction cases involving picketing, arbitrations, collective bargaining and other matters.
His experience in defending class actions also has included labor and employment matters.