University of California, Los Angeles School of Law,
University of Redlands,
Tristan has experience in an array of labor and employment areas that provide him with unique insight into the interplay of various employment related laws, with a focus on California law.
His practice includes both providing advice and counsel for and litigating issues across the spectrum of labor and employment matters on behalf of employers. He has litigated disputes in state and federal court, and has represented employers in matters before the National Labor Relations Board, Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the California Labor Commissioner.
Specifically, Tristan handles actions involving the Fair Labor Standards Act, the California Labor Code, Title VII, the Fair Employment and Housing Act and the National Labor Relations Act. He also has extensive practice in defending wage and hour matters that include California Private Attorneys General Act claims. Additionally, Tristan has experience in drafting and advising employers regarding confidentiality agreements and handling subsequent trade secret litigation. He works closely with clients in all matters to develop efficient strategies that maximize value for the situation at hand, whether it be in a counseling setting or in the course of litigation.
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