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Kelly Scott is a partner and head of the firm’s Employment Law Department. Mr. Scott is also a member of the Litigation Department and has practiced law since 1987. His areas of practice include representation of employers in all types of employment matters, including class actions, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, employment discrimination and harassment, retaliation, wage and hour claims and advice and/or training for compliance with various employment laws.

20 Steps to Avoid Employment Lawsuits

20 Steps to Avoid Employment Lawsuits

I have been asked by more than one frustrated California employer how to avoid or reduce employment lawsuits. It is not an easy question to answer, as there are many variables that go into generating employment law claims. However, in no particular order, what follows is a list of strategies and steps to consider implementing […]

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