Philip started as a corporate lawyer where he did environmental law for industry and utilities. He was involved in one of the first major environmental case before the United States Supreme Court (Calvert Cliffs) and licensed nuclear and coal powered power plants all over the country where he became recognized as one of the most outstanding environmental lawyers in the country. In 1968 he was involved in the first EEOC case in Arkansas as well as the first class action suit.
In 1978 his practice shifted to full time Labor & Employment where he developed the largest and most successful labor practice in the Southwest and represented major employers on a nation-wide basis including the City of Little Rock , Pulaski County and the State of Arkansas.
He was and remains one of the most prominent and successful labor & employment lawyers in the country. In 1984 he undertook the representation of a major public school district which had been consolidated out of existence and was successful in getting the ruling reversed. He also handled major voting rights cases in the late 1970's up through the middle 1980's. During his 40 plus year career to date, he has been recognized as one of the most successful lawyers in the country in the distinct and diverse fields of Environmental, Labor & Employment and Entertainment & Sports law. To say that he is constantly reinventing himself and his practice is an understatement. He says that he has spent long hours in the trenches but has never worked a day in his life - He truly loves the practice of law.
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