| One Wilshire Blvd., Ste# 2200|
Los Angeles, CA 90017
|Jonathan W. Biddle Admitted to bar, 1975, California State and Federal Courts, and U.S. Supreme Court. He has been an employment legal expert for 30 years. He acts as an arbitrator and represents employers and employees in all aspects of labor and employment law including discrimination, wrongful termination, wage-and-hour class actions, investigation, negotiation, and arbitration. |
Practice Areas: Employment Law; Wage and Hour; Class Action; Employment Discrimination; Sexual Harassment; Wrongful Termination; Mediation and Conciliation; General Civil Practice before State and Federal Courts.
Education: University of Colorado (B.A., 1969); Southwestern University School of Law (J.D., 1975).
Peer Review: California Super Lawyer; Best Lawyers in America; Martindale Hubbell "AV Rating".
Member: Los Angeles County (Labor and Employment Law Section, Executive Committee) and American (Labor and Employment Law Section) Bar Associations; State Bar of California (Labor and Employment Section, Executive Committee); American Arbitration Association Labor and Commercial Panel, California Employment Lawyers Association.Author: "Litigating Wrongful Discharge Charge Claims," Employment and Labor Law Institute, University of California and University of Houston Law Foundation, 1992. Co-author: Employment Discrimination Handbook, Matthew Bender, 1992; "Public Policy Wrongful Termination Action," Los Angeles Lawyer Magazine, October, 1992; The Immigration Reform & Control Act Handbook Parker & Sons, 1992, 2d. Ed., 1990; California Continuing Education of the Bar Publications, 1984—. Labor and Commercial Arbitration Panel, American Arbitration Association.
Emily R. Boyle has represented established and emerging companies in many industries. She has substantial experience in employment matters and specializes as a litigator, mediator and arbitrator in all areas of employment law including complex class actions involving wage and hour issues. She is admitted to all California State and Federal courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. Martindale Hubbell "AV" rated by peers.
Education: University of California at Los Angeles (B.A., 1977); Southwestern University (J.D., cum laude, 1980). Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional Law, Wills and Trusts.
Member: State Bar of California (Chair, Labor and Employment Section, 1987-1988; Vice Chair, 1986-1987, and Chair, EEO Committee, 1985-1986. Member Executive Committee, 1988-1989); American Arbitration Association (Member, Employment and Commercial Arbitration Panel). Employment Mediation Panel; Southern California Mediation Association; Los Angeles Superior Court ADR, Party Pay & Pro Bono Panels.
Practice Areas: Employment Law; Labor Law; Civil Litigation; Arbitration; Mediation.