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Kacey Riccomini


Los Angeles
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Kacey practices in the Firm's Business Litigation and Labor and Employment groups, representing and counseling clients of varying size, from members of the Fortune 500 and other large privately held companies to smaller businesses in a variety of industries, including health care, cannabis, privacy and data security, private equity, corporate finance and securities and real estate.

Methodical in her approach, Kacey conducts complex litigation in a focused manner that is consistent with clients' business goals and strategic objectives.

A seasoned writer, Kacey has been professionally published a number of times on various legal topics including labor and employment issues, professional negligence under MICRA, reasonable reliance on CPAs audit reports and more.

Prior to joining Thompson Coburn, Kacey was an Associate at Chapman, Glucksman, Dean, Roeb & Barger, where her practice focused on professional liability for accountants and business managers, construction defect litigation for builders and developers and insurance defense.

Thompson Coburn Publications

What employers need to know about mandatory COVID-19 vaccines and exceptions

23 tips for drafting employment arbitration agreements


High Stakes: Arizona Law Prohibiting Discrimination in Employment Against Medical Marijuana Cardholders May Trigger Review of Drug Testing Policies,
Bender's Labor & Employment Bulletin, April 2019

Landmark Wage and Hour Ruling,
Los Angeles Daily Journal, October 11, 2018

Employers: What to Know as Immigration Battle Plays Out,
Los Angeles Daily Journal, March 14, 2018

Return to Work Issues Under the Americans with Disabilities Act,
Bender's California Labor & Employment Bulletin, February 2018

Liable for Backseat Driving,
Los Angeles Daily Journal, July 2015

Motor Carriers Subject to State Unfair Competition Law,
Los Angeles Daily Journal, August 2014

An Additional Insured's Reasonable Expectations May Be Different from the Named Insured's and Must be Considered to Determine whether the Additional Insured is Entitled to Defense from the Insurer of a Commercial Excess & Umbrella Liability Policy,
Construction Defect Journal June 12, 2014