- Employment Litigation Prevention and Defense
|University ||University of California, Los Angeles, B.S., Atmospheric Sciences, 1998|
|Law School||Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California, J.D., 2005|
|Born||Brookhaven, Pennsylvania, October 19, 1971|
Brian joined the firm after working for a plaintiff's employment and personal injury litigation firm. While in law school, Brian worked as a research assistant for Professor Daniel Selmi, and is credited for assisting with Professor Selmi's article "The Promise and Limits of Negotiated Rulemaking: Evaluating the Negotiation of a Regional Air Quality Rule", 35 Envtl. L. 415. Before and after his undergraduate career at UCLA, Brian worked in restaurant management where he learned the importance of uniform policies to protect the employer and ensure that the company follows a consistent procedure when the employer-employee relationship becomes strained. Brian now represents employers from a range of industries in all California State and Federal Courts to safeguard their interests.
· California State Bar Labor & Employment Section
· Los Angeles County Bar Association, Labor & Employment section
· Labor & Employment defense, litigation
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California Employment Laws That Will Take Effect in 2014
Brian E. Ewing, December 26, 2013
As usual, the California legislature has been busy. The following is a summary of new employment-related laws that will take effect in the new year. Unless otherwise stated, the effective dates are January 1, 2014.
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