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Kacey Riccomini


Los Angeles
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Kacey practices in the Firm's Business Litigation group, 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 Telecommunications, Healthcare, Employment, Privacy and Data Security, Private Equity, Banking, Corporate Finance and Securities, Commercial and Residential Leasing, Real Estate, Fashion, Automotive, Professional Liability, and Construction.

Methodical in her approach, Kacey conducts complex litigation in a focused manner that is consistent with clients' business goals and strategic objectives in state, federal and appellate courts as well as before various dispute resolution agencies. She has successfully argued before state and federal courts. She also has successfully arbitrated and mediated numerous cases before the AAA and other dispute resolution agencies.

A seasoned writer, Kacey has been professionally published numerous times on various legal topics, and serves on the editorial boards for two publications, Bender's Labor & Employment Bulletin and Bender's California Labor & Employment Bulletin.

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.

Business Litigation

Defense and award of over $500,000 in terminating sanctions for real estate investment trust client.

Represented limited partner in dissolution action.

Labor & Employment Litigation

Complete defense judgment in arbitration against plaintiff seeking over $10 million for disability discrimination claims.

Early dismissal of individual wage and hour claims, and favorable settlement of additional class action claims

Favorable settlements of wage and hour, discrimination, and other employment claims for automotive, construction, real estate, landlord, fashion, restaurant, and other clients.

Complex & Class Actions

Defense and favorable settlement of class action and Private Attorney General Act claims for construction company.

Real Estate Litigation

Represented seller regarding enforcement of purchase agreement with respect to a large residential development.

Prosecution and defense of commercial landlords and tenants.

Construction Defect

Defense of construction defect claims on behalf of builders and developers, including in complex multi-party and class action suits.

Favorable pre- and post-lawsuit settlements of construction defect claims on behalf of commercial and residential builders and developers.


Favorable appellate decision upholding court order denying motion to compel arbitration against client purchaser of large residential property.

Professional Liability

Defense of accountants and attorneys in professional negligence actions.

Favorable settlement of professional negligence claims for accountant and attorneys.

Thompson Coburn Publications

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

23 tips for drafting employment arbitration agreements


The Fall of the Joint Employer Rule
Bender's Labor & Employment Bulletin December 2021

California Becomes First State to Target Warehouse Distribution Centers for Productivity Quotas
Bender's California Labor & Employment Bulletin December 2021

9th circuit Finds "paramour preference" does not violate Title VII
Los Angeles Daily Journal October 2021

FEHA Quid Pro Quo Harassment Claims for Failure to Promote Accrue When the Aggrieved Employee Knew or Should Have Known of the Employer's Decision Not to Promote Them
Bender's California Labor & Employment Bulletin October 2021

Heightened Scrutiny Applies to Post-Certification Class Action Settlements In Addition to Pre-Certification Class Action Settlements
Bender's Labor & Employment Bulletin September 2021

9th Circuit Decision Highlights the “Don’ts” Of Drafting Employment Arbitration Agreements
Los Angeles Daily Journal August 2021

Conflict Among the Circuits: Are Websites Places of Public Accommodation Under the Americans With Disabilities Act
Bender's Labor & Employment Bulletin June 2021

PAGA 2020 Developments
Bender’s California Labor & Employment Bulletin April 2021

Employees Must Receive Premium Pay For Meal Break Rounding Violations
Los Angeles Daily Journal March 2021

California Employers Must Provide Notice to Employees Of COVID-19 Exposure and Benefits, Take Safety Measures to Prevent COVID-19’s Spread
Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin December 2020

Return to Work Issues Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Comparison of California and Federal Law
Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin June 2020

24 Tips for Drafting Employment Arbitration Agreements
Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin May 2020

Drafting Employment Arbitration Agreements
Los Angeles Daily Journal November 22, 2019

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

Reconciling California State and Federal Court Decisions: What Employers Need to Know About Production-Based Compensation Plans
Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin January 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

AB 685 Requires Employers to Provide Notice of COVID-19 Exposure
Los Angeles Daily Journal September 29, 2020

Failure to Maintain Equipment ‘Integrally Related’ to Medical Diagnosis or Treatment Resulting in an Injury is Professional Negligence Under MICRA and Therefore Subject to a One Year Statute of Limitations
Chapman, Glucksman, Dean, Roeb & Barger September 30, 2016

Liable for Backseat Driving,” Los Angeles Daily Journal (July 2, 2015) “CPAs’ Audit Report and Qualified Opinion Did Not Cause Company’s Or Investors’ Losses Where There Was No Evidence Of Reasonable Reliance
Chapman, Glucksman, Dean, Roeb & Barger April 24, 2015

Motor Carriers Subject to State Unfair Competition Law
Los Angeles Daily Journal August 5, 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 and Umbrella Liability Policy
Construction Defect Journal June 4, 2014