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Avocats en droit du travail et de l'emploi

Avocats en droit du travail et de l'emploi

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Pauline Holland Galbraith Getz

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Najia M Kerrin

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John Eberhart has an office in Anchorage, AK and handles cases in Employment & Labor. This attorney has been licensed for 38 years and attended University of Puget Sound School of Law.
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Charles Gauldin practices out of Springdale, AR and has been licensed for 31 years. This attorney attended University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law and handles cases in Construction & Development, Bankruptcy & Debt, Debt Collection, Consumer Protection, Employment & Labor, Real Estate, Arbitration.
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Edward Miller has an office in Mobile, AL and attended University of Alabama School of Law. This attorney handles cases in Appeals, Employment & Labor, Financial Markets and Services, Business, Bankruptcy & Debt and has been licensed for 12 years.
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Judy Drickey-Prohow

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Judy Drickey-Prohow is a Civil Rights, Employment & Labor, Landlord & Tenant, Arbitration attorney who has been licensed for 41 years. This attorney attended University of Arizona College of Law and has an office in Phoenix, AZ.
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John James Coleman III

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John Coleman has been licensed for 38 years and handles cases in Employment & Labor. This attorney attended Duke University School of Law and has an office in Birmingham, AL.
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Michael David Early

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I am an employment and commercial litigation attorney. My employment practice is focused on wrongful termination, sexual harassment and wage and hour counseling and litigation primarily on behalf of plaintiffs.  In May 2019, I obtained a $5.375 million settlement of a PAGA action on behalf of employees of a subsidiary of Menzies Aviation (Aircraft Service International). Although 75% of all PAGA settlements are required by statute to be paid to the state, the employees received an average payout of nearly $700 per employee. Since there were many employees who were only employed for a month or two, roughly half of the employees received over $1,000, with dozens of employees receiving awards in excess of $1,600.   I also provide counseling and litigation expertise to employers and employees on non-competes and in trade secret disputes related to employee hirings and terminations. My commercial litigation practice is centered on the representation of real estate developers and commercial property owners in contract disputes, business tort claims and unlawful detainer proceedings.
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Marc Douglas Bond

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John Christian Kelly

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Peter Akmajian

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Susan Plimpton Segal

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Susan Segal is a Employment & Labor, Education attorney who attended Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. This attorney practices out of Phoenix, AZ and has been licensed for 40 years.
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Neal Steven Meyers

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Neal has a litigation practice which spans the fields of employment law and disputes, construction contracts and disputes, personal injury claims and property damage claims for both public and private clients.   Neal was named a 2015 top litigator by San Diego Magazine. He is a presenter and writer in the fields of employment law, the government claims act, and public and private liability claims. He is a Master in the Lopardo Inns of Court and he has achieved the highest rating for his litigation skills and ethical reputation from a nationally recognized peer review organization.Neal attended the California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, where he graduated with highest honors. He received his J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law, where he had served as a staff writer for the California Regulatory Law Reporter. Neal was admitted to the practice of law in California in 1983, and is admitted to practice before all California State Courts and the United States District Court for the Southern and Central Districts of California. He is also an active member of his local Bar Association and volunteers his time in public service for the local courts and community.
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Nicholas Aaron Carlin

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Mr. Carlin handles all types of entertainment law matters, including transactional advice in the music, merchandising, sports, literary publishing, film, television, broadcast, new media, video gaming, internet, and art industries & in related litigation.
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Betty J Cather

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Steven R Simon

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Steven Simon has been licensed for 35 years and handles cases in Employment & Labor. This attorney works in Gilbert, AZ and attended William & Mary Law School.
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Randall Hayden Johnson

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I practice Wage & Hour Law, representing workers in lawsuits against employers who fail to pay proper wages for every fraction of an hour worked (including overtime), for retaliation against workers who dare to complain about workplace safety and withheld pay, for discrimination against workers on the basis of sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, or the fact that an employee insists upon wearing Polka dotted shirts to work every day. Regularly distributed dots in a textile design should be of no concern whatsoever to your employer. Power mongers can't resist the urge to lord it over someone else, monitoring their workers' pee for signs of intelligent life (e.g., CBDs). Really? Don't they have better things to do?
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Jonathan Mcneil Wong

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Jonathan Wong is a Employment & Labor, Immigration attorney who attended University of California at Davis School of Law. This attorney practices out of Oakland, CA and has been licensed for 36 years.
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Ernest William Klatte III

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Susan Cohen is a California Lawyer who helps families both at Home and in the workplace.  She offers servies in all areas of Family Law Practice, including Divorce and Legal Separation, Child Custody, Spousal Support and Child Support, as well as Domestic Violence.  She also helps people with Employment Law Issues, including Employment Discrimination, Sex Discriimination, Sexual Harassment, Race Discrimination, Discrimination on account of Age, Equal Pay Claims, and  Accommodation of Religious Beliefs and Disabilities at work.
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Meghann Elizabeth Lyn Fawcett

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Meghann Fawcett has an office in Phoenix, AZ and has been licensed for less than a year. This attorney handles cases in Employment & Labor, Workers Compensation and attended Arizona Summit Law School.
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Cameron Gardner Stout

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Susan Diamondstone practices in the areas of Family Law, Criminal Defense, Employment Law and Personal injury in Solano County, Contra Costae County, Napa County and San Francisco County.  She tries to help families find solutions that work as they go through the Dissolution Process.  In employment law, she helps clients who have experienced discrimination, sexual harassment, and who have unpaid wage claims.  In criminal defense, she tries to help clients find solutions that preserve their freedom and she vigorously challenges the prosecution to prove its case.   Susan Diamondstone graduated cum laude with Honors in History from Brandeis Univeristy in 1968, and received a M.A. in History from Stanford University in 1970.  Susan Diamondstone received her Law Degree from the University of California at Davis in 1984 and was admitted to practice in California in 1984.   Susan Diamondstone maintains an office in Pleasant Hill, located at Hookston Square, 3478 Buskirk Ave., Suite 1000, Pleasant Hill, California 945233  (925) 825-2441 and (925) 588-1163 as well as in Fairfield, California

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Betty Lena Egeberg Jeppesen

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Martin Horowitz

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My firm, Horowitz & Rubinoff, is a San Francisco Bay Area employment law firm that exclusively represents private and public employees.  Both of the firm's partners, Martin Horowitz and Stephanie Rubinoff, have an AV Preeminent peer review rating and are dedicated to creatively and aggressively resolving their clients' employment problems. The firm's services include representation both before and during litigation, ranging from advice and settlement negotiations prior to the initiation of a lawsuit through trial and appeal.  We represent employees in all types of employment-related claims including employment discrimination (discrimination based on age, sex, race, national origin, disability, marital status or sexual orientation), sexual harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation for whistleblowing, breach of contract, fraud/misrepresentation, nonpayment of wages, and denial of family leave.Located in Oakland, California since 1984, our firm represents clients in state and federal court and throughout the country but primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, including the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, Marin, Santa Clara and San Mateo.
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Michael R Crosner

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Attorney Michael Crosner has been licensed to practice law in California for 45 years. Over the years, Michael has received million dollar settlements for his clients. He has represented countless injury victims, criminal defendants, injured employees as well as clients with other litigation matters. As a result of Michael’s background, his knowledge and experience in personal injury and related areas of law rises to the level of expert. During his law school years in Los Angeles, he was employed as a claims supervisor, evaluator and senior field adjustor trainer for a major insurance company, and was the recipient of the Adjustor of the Year Award for Southern California. After passing the California Bar Examination, Michael served as a trial attorney with the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, and was retained as a special contract attorney for the City of Santa Monica. He has been a panel member of the American Arbitration Association, a member of the employment law editorial advisory board of LAW 360, as well as an being selected as an independent arbitrator and mediator on countless occasions. He is licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court and has been since 1975.
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Louis A. Highman

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Ronald Lee Young

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Stanley Donald Saltzman

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Stanley Saltzman, a founding partner of Marlin & Saltzman, is a highly-respected trial lawyer with over 30 years of experience in employment class-action litigation. Stan has dedicated his practice to protecting the rights of employees and consumers. Serving as both lead and co-counsel on over one hundred class-action cases, Stan and his firm have had numerous mega-results against some of America’s largest corporations, including State Farm, Allstate, Wal-Mart, Bank of America, and many others. His firm has successfully litigated cases involving violations of numerous employment laws and practices, including off-the-clock/unpaid time allegations, overtime, misclassification, and unpaid vacation payment, reimbursement of expenses, improper wage statement and other wage and hour violations, as well as numerous consumer issues. Collectively, Marlin & Saltzman has been responsible for the resolution of claims in these fields totaling in excess of $850 million dollars in settlements or judgments. For several years, Mr. Saltzman has enjoyed the privilege of sitting as a Board Member of the Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center (San Francisco), which plays a critical role in providing free legal assistance to low-wage workers with job-related issues throughout California.
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Larry Michael Kazanjian

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Labor and employment attorney representing management clients in all aspects of labor relations, including proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board involving representation petitions, collective bargaining, unfair labor practice hearings, contract interpretation, employee discipline disputes and Section 301 breach of collective bargaining agreements.Specialties: management-labor relations, civil litigation, wage and hour law, harassment and discrimination, compliance with ADA/FMLA requirements, compliance with INS regulations governing I-9 forms, preparation of personnel manuals, drug/alcohol policies and other preventative measures.
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Personal PhilosophyLife's too short to waste ...I encourage clients to focus on what matters most.I take your case-situation very seriously.....and, I also know that clients sometimes get caught up in an emotional spiral of revenge and defensiveness and forget the bottom line.....resolving the matter so they can move on with what matters most in their lives.As a lawyer, counselor, provider, family man, grandpa and outdoor adventurist, I've witnessed much pain and suffering caused by lack of focus and failure to remember the personal core values that drive our lives on this earth.....especially during trying times.I work hard and play hard. I live my core values everyday (integrity, creativity, freedom, humor and compassion) and as a result have developed compassion for and understanding of my clients and the range of other personalities involved in complex and simple legal situations.I look for win-win resolutions. This means doing the best I can to match available resources with innovative solutions. Most of my cases-situations are resolved out of court, saving all parties time, emotional turmoil and money. Business transactions are dealt with timely and cost effectively, focusing on getting the best deal possible for my clients.I pride myself on being efficient and effective, keeping up-to-date on technologies that will help me run my practice and building positive relationships with those I do business with (community, opposing counsel, judges, etc.). I answer my own phones, I get back to you, I care about your legal matter.

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Jill A. Scoby

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Helena Kempner Kobrin

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I was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1978 and to the State Bar of California in 1991. I began my practice in the commercial realm, specializing in transactional matters, banking and other government regulation, as well as real estate and probate work. For the bulk of my career, and through the Bowles & Moxon and Moxon & Kobrin firms, I represented non-profit organizations  in a large variety of areas, including copyright, trademark, and trade secret issues, contract review and drafting, bankruptcy, litigation, and dispute resolution. Starting in the 1990s, I was instrumental in establishing protections for copyrights and trademarks on the Internet. I represented plaintiffs in the first-ever copyright infringement suit over unauthorized online postings, a case that led to the passage of a federal law  requiring service providers to remove copyright infringements from websites upon receiving notice, while protecting providers proactive in taking down such copyrighted material online.   I have been Of Counsel with the Law Offices of Timothy Bowles for five years, working extensively in the law firm’s employment specialty and also using my extensive experience to assist clients in the various areas of my practice.   EDUCATION: Hofstra University (1968) Seton Hall University School of Law (1978) BAR ADMISSIONS: All state courts California and Florida U.S. District Courts, Southern, Central, Northern District of California, and District of Colorado Courts of Appeals for the 9th, 10th, and 11th Circuits MEMBERSHIPS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: Member, California and Florida Bar Associations
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Alexander F Giovanniello

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Michele Monique Desoer

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Ms. Desoer serves as an Associate Attorney with Scott Cole & Associates, APC.  She received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business in 1981 and graduated with honors from the Berkeley Law School (Boalt Hall) in 1985.  While in law school, Ms. Desoer served on the editorial board of the International Tax and Business Lawyers journal.  Ms. Desoer is admitted to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Northern, Central, Eastern and Southern United States District Courts of California. In addition to expertise in the areas of employment law and class actions, Ms. Desoer has extensive experience in general and entertainment litigation.  She is a member of the California State Bar’s Litigation and Employment and Labor Law sections.
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I'm in solo practice, and my clientele is a mix of individuals, small businesses, and medium-sized businesses.     My individual and businesses practices are relatively distinct.  I represent individuals primarily in estate planning, probate, trust disputes, insurance claims, and employment matters.  I also represent them in a variety of "financial claims," such as claims against stockbrokers, claims on behalf of shareholders against directors and officers, defamation matters, and breach of contract claims.  While I will represent individuals in other areas on occasion  I do not accept criminal matters, workers compensation cases, or family law disputes  involving child custody issues.    My business practice is equally varied.  I can help people start their businesses by advising on the selection of business structure, the drafting of initial documents.  I represent businesses in various types of contract and tort litigation during their existence, and provide ongoing advice in a variety of matters, such as employment and leasing.   I will also help business in their winding down and termination, and have litigated disputes between partners and/or shareholders.  .
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John S. West is a partner at Allred, Maroko & Goldberg.    He graduated from Loyola Law School in 1981. He specializes in employment litigation and employee claims negotiations. His clients include highly compensated senior executives.  Mr. West has also represented individuals in many noteworthy business, tort, civil rights, and appellate cases. For example, he represented a child injured when baseball star Vince Coleman detonated an explosive device in a stadium parking lot. He also represented a video photographer attacked by rock musician Tommy Lee.  In another highly publicized case, Mr. West represented a female client who, during infertility treatments, had her eggs stolen, fertilized, and implanted into another woman. He also represented a young woman who was the victim of a conspiracy by a number of priests, enticing her to engage in sexual intercourse (see Rita M. v. Roman Catholic Archbishop, 187 Cal.App.3d 1453, 232 Cal.Rptr. 685 (1987).  Mr. West won a leading case decided under the Unruh Civil Rights act, Engel v. Worthington, 60 Cal.App.4th 628, 70 Cal.Rptr.2d 526 (1997). In that case, a publisher refused to print a photograph of a man and his male partner in a high school reunion yearbook. Mr. West successfully appealed the case from three separate decisions over a ten-year period. (See also, Engel v. Worthington, 23 Cal.Rptr.2d 329 1994.)  Over the years, Mr. West has also litigated many business disputes and matters involving injunctive relief. Acting on behalf of the Women's Equal Rights Legal Defense and Education Fund, Mr. West co-wrote an amicus curiae ('friend of the court') brief that was accepted by the United States Court of Appeal in the case brought by Paula Jones against President Clinton.  He recently obtained a federal appellate reversal from the Second Circuit (New York) for a client in a case involving a conflict of laws between the states of New York and California (see Cap Genimi v. Nackel, 346 F 3d 360 (2nd Cir. 2003). In 2000 Mr. West and his partner, Nathan Goldberg, won a $1 million dollar jury verdict in an age discrimination case. The Court also awarded $550,000 in attorneys fees in that matter.  Mr. West is the author of a number of published articles on employment law, including articles on the circumstances under which partners are covered by employee anti-discrimination statutes, conditions for triggering "hostile environment" prohibitions of Federal law, and trends in holding employers responsible for sexual misconduct of employees under tort law principles. Mr. West's professional activities include serving as a member of the Executive Committee of the Labor and Employment section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association. He frequently speaks on employment law for attorney and business groups. Mr. West also serves as a court-appointed arbitrator in civil disputes. Mr. West frequently speaks on employment law for attorney and business groups. He also serves as a court-appointed arbitrator in civil disputes.  Mr. West has been named a Southern California "SuperLawyer" by Law & Politics and Los Angeles Magazine.   Areas of Practice: Employment LitigationEmployee Claims NegotiationsEducation:Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California, 1981Representative Cases: Rita M. v. Roman Catholic Archbishop, 187 Cal.App.3d 1453 (  1987)Rita M. v. Roman Catholic Archbishop, 232 Cal.Rptr. 685 (  1987)Engel v. Worthington, 60 Cal.App.4th 628 (  1997)Engel v. Worthington, 70 Cal.Rptr.2d 526 (  1997)Engel v. Worthington, 23 Cal.Rptr.2d 329 (  1994)Cap Genimi v. Nackel, 346 F 3d 360 (2nd Cir. 2003)Classes/Seminars Taught: Frequent Speaker, Employment Law for Attorney and Business GroupsProfessional Associations and Memberships:Los Angeles County Bar Association, Labor and Employment SectionMember, Executive CommitteePro Bono Activities:Women's Equal Rights Legal Defense and Education Fund

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Ronald Scott Kravitz

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Randall Bruce Aiman-Smith

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Education and Background I was fortunate. Despite never finishing high school or college, I was able – albeit with a lot of hard work – to gain admission to, and to excel at, one of the finest law schools in the country: U.C. Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law. While I was at Boalt, I was privileged to be an editor for the California Law Review and a Member of the Moot Court Board, advising on brief writing and appellate advocacy for other students. After I left law school, in my early years of practice, I taught legal writing and appellate advocacy at University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Also, over the years, I have been presenter at continuing legal education events. Legal Experience I have been an attorney for 30 years. I have devoted my practice exclusively to representing employees, consumers, and investors in the state and federal trial courts and courts of appeal. I relish going to court for my clients and I have tried many jury cases in the state and federal courts. Examples? In 2010, I was the lead attorney, along with the other attorneys in the firm, in Williams v. Union Pacific Railroadwhere, after four years of preparation, the firm obtained a jury verdict of $1,670,000 for an African-American female employee. In Rivero v. Surdyka, I was lead trial and appellate counsel in a civil rights case that lasted 15 years, including a full trial and three appeals to the Ninth Circuit, finally concluding in a judgment for plaintiffs of over $2,300,000. These cases illustrate the firm’s motto: commitment – results. You have to commit to a case, sometimes over a very long time, to get the result the client deserves. We don’t always win in the trial court. When that happens, commitment means taking the case to the next level and appealing it. In the Rivero case, above, that’s what happened: the court dismissed the case – we had lost – but we appealed and achieved a victory for our clients which we kept through two more appeals. Since then, the firm has had many appellate victories that vindicate the rights of employees and consumers. Over the years I have been counsel for plaintiffs in numerous individual cases and class actions. It may sound corny, or hard to believe, but after all this time, and after all the great experiences I have had, my favorite part of being a lawyer is when I get to give my client a check.
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Sylvia Ellen Havens

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Attorney DAVID L. AXELROD’s Experience and Background    Occupations:   Attorney at Law  ☻ Musician & Songwriter   ☻ Teacher   Education and Qualifications:                 David L. Axelrod was born in Hollywood, California.  He commenced his lifelong love of music and painting as a youth – Writing songs, playing violin, mandolin, guitar, and harmonica, and working in oils, watercolors, enamels and polyester resins.  As a young adult, he pursued a career in the ceramic and metal arts, earning a livelihood as a working potter, kiln-master, welder, sculptor, and ceramics instructor in Santa Cruz County, San Francisco, and the Netherlands.                David L. Axelrod trained and served as a park ranger and sworn fire fighter from 1974 to 1985 for East Bay Regional Park District.                Later, David L. Axelrod continued in the visual arts, entering the landscaping profession, with an avid sideline in photography.  During the 1980's, he published a humorous newspaper column, a scientific paper, and other writings, as well as some photography.               David L. Axelrod studied and completed coursework in hydrology, sanitary engineering, surveying, oceanology, forestry, and ecology at the University of California, graduating with honors.  He completed graduate study in Natural Resources/ Forestry at Humboldt State University in 1981.               David L. Axelrod earned his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree at the University of California Boalt Hall School of Law in Berkeley, California, in 1988.  While study law at Boalt Hall, he was twice awarded the Robert P. Cowell Labor Law Fellowship, and served as a Delegate to the Graduate Assembly of the University of California at Berkeley, 1987-88.               Upon graduating from law school, David L. Axelrod passed the bar examination on his first attempt, then took employment with the State of California, working as an attorney for the California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) Legal Division, based in Los Angeles, California, from 1988-90.  There, he successfully conducted jury trials in personal injury cases, and also managed personnel, property and environmental matters.  Starting in 1990, David L. Axelrod served as Deputy County Counsel for the County of Tuolumne, based in Sonora, California.  In this capacity, he conducted litigation and provided advice to County agencies and officials.  In so doing, he worked as primary deputy for matters of juvenile dependency and child protection, conservatorship, lease and contract review, personal injury claims, public records, health, welfare, recreation and education law.                  David L. Axelrod entered and founded the Sierra Law Office of David L. Axelrod, where he has practiced trial law in Sonora, California since June, 1990.  He has also taught undergraduates at Columbia College in the Natural Resources Department.                                                                                 David L. Axelrod
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I generally do not represent individual employees in legal disputes with their employers because of conflict issues. I am a shareholder in the Scottsdale office of the Buchalter law firm, where I lead our Arizona labor & employment practice group. Buchalter is a firm headquartered in Los Angeles with over 250 lawyers in the Western US (AZ, CA, OR & WA). Our client base includes domestic and international businesses and governmental entities of various size. I have been recognized as a Southwest Super Lawyers, among other awards for several years, and many of my colleagues also appear on this and other award lists in Scottsdale and throughout the firm in a broad spectrum of areas of expertise. I advise private and public sectors clients in a broad range of industries on matters involving wage and hour compliance, wrongful termination, workplace discrimination/harassment, workplace investigations, unfair competition & trade secrets, breach of contract, labor relations and workplace safety. As aprt of our international practice, I participate in legal compliance audits and preventive training, and draft employment policies and domestic and foreign employment and consultancy agreements.
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Barry H Uhrman

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Barry Uhrman has an office in Phoenix, AZ and handles cases in Employment & Labor, Government. This attorney has been licensed for 19 years and attended Duke University School of Law.
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