Kane Russell Coleman Logan has hired prominent OSHA defense attorney, Darren S. Harrington, to join the Firm’s employment group in Dallas. Harrington will expand the firm’s employment litigation section to meet the increasing demand for experienced representation in OSHA and other high stakes employment matters.
Kane Russell Coleman Logan has added Darren Harrington to the firm’s employment law section to meet increasing demand for experienced representation in cases involving the Occupational Safety and Hazard Administration (OSHA). Harrington is a very prominent OSHA defense attorney, who handles high profile OSHA matters in Texas and across the nation.
“OSHA citations have increased in frequency and severity in recent years, and Darren has more than 20 years of experience defending employers in these cases,” said Mike Logan, Director and head of lateral recruiting for the firm. “Our clients in multiple industries, including energy, construction, manufacturing and transportation will undoubtedly benefit from the addition of highly experienced OSHA defense counsel to our employment litigation section.”
“KRCL is a great fit for me and my practice and I’m excited to be joining this great group of lawyers. A strategic approach to OSHA defense is very much in demand and this firm creates an opportunity for me to expand my practice and to continue serving my clients successfully in way that is both effective and cost-efficient.” said Darren Harrington, new Senior Director at Kane Russell Coleman Logan. “At KRCL I am able to offer my clients the additional benefits of a full-service law firm with a number of robust practice areas and experienced, successful attorneys. I will also have a strong team of talented attorneys to support me in my practice.”
In addition to OSHA defense, Harrington is an experienced employment litigation lawyer who protects employers’ trade secrets through the enforcement of restrictive covenants such as non-compete and non-disclosure agreements. He is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin School of Law, and received his undergraduate degrees from Southern Methodist University. Harrington also served in the United States Marine Corps Reserves. He was a named partner for over a decade in Key Harrington Barnes, an employment boutique in Dallas, Texas.