I attended UCLA, making the Dean’s List among other scholastic honors, and graduated cum laude in 1984 with a B.A. in Political Science. I then went to U.C. Hastings College of the Law, graduating in June of 1987 and was admitted to practice la...
Practice areas & skills: Employment & Labor, Business, Personal Injury, Litigation
Your employer has high calibre attorneys, shouldn't you hire an attorney to level the playing field?
Practice areas & skills: Employment & Labor, Personal Injury, Construction & Development, Business, Civil Rights
My experience as a litigator has placed me in a unique position to fight for my clients. After graduating from Southwestern University College of Law and passing the California State Bar Exam, I sought as much time in the courtroom as possible. T...
Practice areas & skills: Employment & Labor, Criminal Defense, Debt Settlement, Consumer Protection
Employment attorneys focus on the many laws concerning the relationship between employers and employees. If you feel your employer has treated you wrongly as an employee, or if you're an employer who needs to terminate an unsatisfactory employee, you may benefit from the services of an employment attorney. Some professionals, such as teachers, policemen, and pilots, belong to labor unions, which have specific negotiation and labor law procedures that protect union members. A labor attorney will know which laws apply to your particular situation and how you can take advantage of the laws to protect your rights.