is a partner and chair of firm’s California practice and managing partner of the Los Angeles office (he joined the firm in 2016). Ken has been practicing employment law for 33 years and focuses his practice on employment class actions and advising companies, boards of directors and senior company officials in crisis management and "corporate" campaigns impacting companies and industries' futures. Ken has handled industry defining matters, often in matters involving class actions. He has particular experience in working with industry sectors including healthcare, hotels and resorts, college and professional sports, real estate and death services. He has a particular expertise in matters involving the "outsourced economy." His practice focuses on employment litigation prevention and defence, particularly in class and collective actions, wage and hour compliance and litigation, and transactional solutions, and has deep experience in labor relations, discrimination litigation, trade secrets and non-compete issues as well as OSHA, DOL and FLSA matters.
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