David Fielding has been practicing law for more than 31
years in the area of employment law, civil rights law,
labor/management relations, wage and hour law, occupational
safety and health law, and in the law of restrictive covenants
Mr. Fielding is a 1971 graduate of Texas Tech University and
received his law degree in 1973 from the University of Texas at
Austin. He sat for the bar examination in February of 1974 and
was licensed to practice law in April of 1974. Since that time a
majority of his practice has been devoted to employment
discrimination law and employment law issues, in general.
In 1987, he defended the first sexual harassment jury
trial ever tried in Texas under the Texas Commission on Human
Rights Act and has lectured extensively on the subject of sexual
harassment in the workplace.
In 1992, one of his clients was awarded more than
$27,000,000.00 by a Tarrant County jury in an employment case.
This was the highest jury award in Tarrant County history at
that time. More recently, a Wichita County jury awarded one of
his clients more than $900,000.00 in an age discrimination case
against a large oil company.
Mr. Fielding is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell and is a member of the American Bar Association, the
Tarrant County Bar Association, the American Board of Trial
Advocates and the National Employment Lawyer's Association.
In addition, Mr. Fielding has served on the following
boards and commissions within the Fort Worth Community: Senior
Citizens Services of Greater Tarrant County (President,
1983-1984), Fort Worth-Tarrant County Young Lawyer's Association
(President, 1984), Fort Worth Zoning Commission (Chairman
1987-1988), Food Bank of Tarrant County, Mental Health
Association of Tarrant County, the Fort Worth Women's Center,
Tarrant County Mental Health Housing Development Corporation
(President since its inception), the Tarrant County Housing
Partnership, and the Employment Committee of the Fort Worth
Human Relations Commission, a local 706 Agency in Fort Worth.
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