Silbergeld returns as the Los Angeles office celebrates its 10-year anniversary.
Thompson Coburn is pleased to announce that Art Silbergeld rejoins the Labor & Employment practice as a partner in the Los Angeles office. Originally with the firm for 5 years, Art represents large employers in high-stakes employment litigation and labor relations matters, including class action lawsuits and federal and state bench and jury trials. Prior to rejoining, Art was a Shareholder with Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth.
“We are thrilled to welcome Art back to Thompson Coburn to serve a key role in the labor and employment practice in Los Angeles,” said Jennifer Post, Managing Partner of the Los Angeles office. “He has first-chaired more than 100 employment litigations, arbitrations and NLRB trials, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to large and mid-size companies.”
“I am looking forward to once again working alongside my colleagues in the Los Angeles office after a short stint away,” said Art. “It’s especially great to see how much the firm has grown and to collaborate with such talented practitioners across the country.”
Art represents employers facing state and federal litigation involving complex claims of misclassification, overtime, meal period, discrimination, disability, harassment, wrongful termination, OSHA, whistleblower, retaliation, trade secret violations, and cyberbullying in California and other states. He is admitted to practice in California, District of Columbia and the United States Supreme Court.
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