• What to Know When Your Client is Hit With a Labor Board Complaint,” Santa Barbara Lawyer, May, 2022
  • No One You Know Should Be Sued For Disability Discrimination,” Santa Barbara Lawyer, August, 2021
  • “Do The Facts and Law Still Matter in Mediation?” Los Angeles Daily Journal, October 31, 2014
  • “The Inelegant Art of Scorched Earth Discovery,” California Litigation Vol. 27, Number 2 2014. Click for PDF download
  • Appreciating Why Our Clients Appreciate Transparency,” Los Angeles Daily Journal July 15, 2014
  • Don’t Skip The Boring Part: Nonprofits Cannot Afford To Ignore HR Issues, Nonprofit World, September/October, 2013. Click for PDF download
  • Under Pressure: The Four-Day Trial, ACC Docket, October, 2012 Click for PDF download
  • Timing is Everything: Identifying Key Opportunities to Attempt Settlement Negotiations, Small Business Los Angeles, December, 2011 Click for PDF download
  • Recent U.S. Supreme Court Cases Suggest An Increased Willingness to Expand the Scope and Availability of Retaliation Claims, Strategies for Employment Discrimination Cases (2011). Click for PDF download
  • Evolution Driven By Marketplace — Trends in the Intentional Interference Torts. Click for PDF download


  • Employment Law Bulletin: Consider Updating Sexual Harassment Policies Ahead of Proposed Amendments to the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) (PDF Download)
  • Employment Law Bulletin: Avoid The Perils Of Un(der) Paid Summer Interns (PDF Download)
  • Employment Law Bulletin: A New Case Reminds Employers About Reimbursement for Necessary Expenditures, Including For Cell Phone/Data Use (PDF download)
  • Employment Law Bulletin: Two New Laws Guaranteed to Impact California Employers (PDF Download)
  • Employment Law Bulletin: New California Law Requires ‘Abusive Conduct’ Prevention Training (PDF Download)
  • Employment Law Bulletin: California Agencies Issue Important Amendments to Regulations of the CFRA and Cal/OSHA Safety and Health Standards (PDF Download)
  • Employment Law Bulletin: Department of Labor Says Most Workers Are Employees, Not Independent Contractors (PDF Download)

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