John T. Egley received his B.A. from Yale University in 1999 and graduated in the top 15% of his law school class at Loyola Law School in 2004. Mr. Egley focuses his law practice on business litigation and employment litigation. Mr. Egley's employment law practice focuses on all aspects of employment litigation. He specializes in defending employers against wage and hour class actions, employee misclassification class actions, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims. Mr. Egley's business litigation practice focuses on copyright litigation, contract disputes, real estate litigation and trade secret litigation. He has achieved numerous defense judgments on behalf of employers, including the successful defense of a large nationwide waste disposal and transportation company against a former employee's claims of harassment, discrimination and wrongful termination. Mr. Egley was selected to SuperLawyers as a Southern California Rising Star in 2007 and 2008. He is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, Labor & Employment Section and the Association of Business Trial Lawyers. Mr. Egley is a frequent lecturer on various employment law topics, including Disability Discrimination and Avoiding Employment Litigation. He conducts seminars and training for Human Resources professionals. While in law school, Mr. Egley served as an officer in the St. Thomas More Law Honor Society and a Board Member of the Moot Court Team. He was a member of Loyola Law School's award winning Byrne Trial Advocacy Team and a finalist in the moot court competition. Mr. Egley also interned in the Orange County District Attorney's Office and worked as a research assistant for Professor Laurie Levenson.