Rebecca is an experienced trial litigator who has represented both private and public employers in state and federal courts, as well as before arbitrators and administrative boards. As the former Section Chief of Government Litigation in the Office of the Indiana Attorney General, she obtained unique perspective and experience into the state administrative process. She has conducted collective bargaining on behalf of private and public sector employers, along with providing advice and counsel to clients throughout the grievance process, to and including, and arbitration.
Rebecca’s Labor & Employment practice includes working with private and public employers with:
Whether defending their interests during complex litigation or navigating the day-to-day employment and labor issues that often arise, Rebecca enjoys collaborating with her clients to help them achieve both their immediate and “big picture” goals.
Valparaiso University Law School, J.D., 2005
Purdue University, M.S., 2002
Mount St. Joseph University, B.S., 2000
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana, 2010
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, 2006
American Bar Association
Indiana State Bar Association, Labor & Employment Law Section, Council Member, 2008-2013
Ratliff-Cox-Clark Inns of Court, 2006-2017
Insights from Indianapolis: Free Speech and the Workplace (July 15, 2020)
Employment Law for the General Practitioner, Ratliff Cox Clark Inns of Court (October 25, 2017)
Connor E., Loeffler, R. (Re)open for business: Employers’ questions for the next normal, The Indiana Lawyer (June 24, 2020).
Mosby, B., Loeffler, R. Examining impacts of Indiana minimum wage law changes. The Indiana Lawyer (August 21, 2019).
Loeffler, R.L., Lawson, T.J. Age and occupational status of defendant in relation to mock juror sentencing recommendations. Current Psychology 21, 289 (2002).