Membership Directory - Individual

Lemus Enrique

Associate at Jones Day
Member Since: 2018


streetAddress: 2727 North Harwood Street Suite 500 Dallas, Texas 75201-1515
cityName: Dallas
province: Texas
zipCode: 75201-1515
Phone: Available to Members
Mobile Phone: Available to Members
Race: Hispanic/Latino
Languages (Fluent): Spanish, English
Primary Areas of Practice: Employment Litigation, Employment Discrimination, Employment Contracts, Class Action, Collective Actions, Arbitration, International Employment and Labor Law, Litigation and Trials, Mediations, Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation Agreements, Trade Secrets, Wage and Hour Litigation, Whistleblowing Compliance and Investigation
Description of Member's Practice: Enrique Lemus focuses on representing companies in complex employment litigation and highly sensitive internal investigations. His litigation experience includes wage and hour class actions, discrimination cases, trade secret and restrictive covenant matters, and lawsuits that include claims under California's Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). Additionally, Enrique advises clients on a variety of employment issues, including HR policies, hiring practices, employment agreements, and the enforceability of restrictive covenants. He also counsels clients on labor and employment issues that arise in mergers, acquisitions, and other business transactions. In addition, Enrique has substantial experience conducting internal investigations and counseling clients on compliance-related issues. A native and fluent Spanish speaker, he has experience investigating and defending matters for companies with operations in several Latin American countries, including Mexico, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Panama, Guatemala, and Venezuela. This work includes conducting internal investigations, assisting with the representation of companies before the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), enhancing compliance programs, implementing anticorruption policies, and leading compliance training sessions. Enrique has worked on matters involving alleged employee misconduct, bribery, bid rigging, and procurement fraud in several industries, including oil and gas, construction, retail, and technology. Enrique maintains a substantial pro bono practice. His experience includes representing asylum seekers and unaccompanied minors seeking special immigrant juvenile status and working with Lawyers Without Borders to research and advise on human rights issues in Latin America. He is a member of the National Employment Law Council and the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association.
Member Type: Outside Counsel
Firm/Company: Jones Day
Firm/Company Size: 50-100+
Firm/Company Website:
Bar Admissions (up to 10): Texas
Percent of Members Time Spent on Employment Law Matters: 75 - 100
Referred By: Samantha Woo