Clay Haag concentrates his practice on resolving complex business disputes and compliance counseling. He has experience handling breach of contract cases, intellectual property and trade secret disputes, ERISA litigation, class action lawsuits, complaints and administrative charges brought pursuant to Title VII, ADA, ADEA, NLRA, FMLA, and workplace safety laws, internal workforce investigations, and labor negotiations on behalf of both public and private employers.
At the heart of Clay’s work is a desire to deeply understand each client’s business operations, capabilities, and risks in order to achieve the best possible results and minimize legal distractions. He believes all clients deserve a lawyer as passionate about their goals as they are.
Clay is a graduate of Benedictine College (B.A., summa cum laude, 2017) where he was a captain of the men’s nationally ranked-soccer team and a recipient of the Wall Street Journal Award, which is awarded annually to the most outstanding graduating student in the Economics department. After completing his undergraduate studies in only three years, he graduated from The University of Iowa College of Law (J.D., Distinction, 2019) in only two and half years. There, he was a member of The Journal of Corporation Law and a participant in the school’s General Civil Litigation and Employment Litigation clinics.
Outside of the office, Clay maintains an active lifestyle and can be found playing in local sport leagues, supporting his favorite sport teams, volunteering his time on the Board of the non-profit he co-founded, and grilling and smoking various meats.