Craig W. Wiley is a principal in the Indianapolis, Indiana, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He concentrates his practice in state and federal court in a broad range of
employment litigation matters, including Title VII, ADA, FMLA, ADEA, FLSA, wage
and hour issues, covenants not to compete, trade secret litigation, and executive
compensation and severance agreements.
Craig served as the law clerk to United States Magistrate Judge Tim A. Baker, Southern District of Indiana. He has been awarded an AV rating by Martindale-
Hubbell, its high accolade, and a testament that his peers rank him at the highest level of professional excellence.
Craig has been a guest lecturer in local and state-wide continuing legal education
forums, and from 2003-2006, he was an instructor for the Indiana University School
of Continuing Studies, where he taught a class entitled Personnel Law to students
seeking a certificate in human resource management.
Craig currently serves as the city attorney to the City of Beech Grove, Indiana, where
he counsels the mayor, common council, and city boards and commissions on a
variety of issues pertaining to municipal law. In this capacity, he also serves as the
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