Loyola Law School,
California USDC, Central District
Thompson Coburn LLP
Keith represents employers of all sizes in a variety of litigation arenas, including wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour matters.
Keith takes a practical approach to identifying his client's employment issues and works to structure an effective strategy to resolve their problems according to their needs. While he has focused his practice on litigating cases from start to finish, he routinely works with clients at the pre-litigation stage to minimize potential liability or facilitate a favorable resolution before a lawsuit is filed.
Using his knowledge of California and federal employment law, Keith counsels clients on best practices, including those related to employee policies and wage and hour policies. He has significant experience litigating cases brought under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, the California Labor Code and the Family Medical Leave Act/California Family Rights Act.
Keith also has experience defending against Private Attorney General Act matters in California, and assists clients in preparing effective strategies to either defend against or attempt to prevent the filing of those claims.
Outside of employment matters, Keith has experience in business litigation issues, fraud and misrepresentation claims, premises liability, and product liability claims.
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