Sabrina Shadi focuses her practice in the area of employment law, with an emphasis in age, sex, race and national origin harassment and discrimination matters, Americans with Disabilities Act and other disability discrimination claims, as well as wage and hour, trade secret misappropriation, unfair competition, workers’ compensation discrimination claims and OSHA issues.
Ms. Shadi’s practice also involves the defense of class action matters, particularly with regard to wage and hour issues for companies in the technology and hospitality industries. In addition, she provides training, investigates complaints and counsels employers in all aspects of personnel matters, including wage issues, harassment complaints, company-wide layoffs and terminations, development of employee handbooks and policy and procedure manuals.
Ms. Shadi serves as a co-chair of the firm’s Employment Class Action Team.
Some of Ms. Shadi’s publications and presentations include:
Her published decisions include:
Ms. Shadi is a member of the American (Section of Labor and Employment Law) and California State Bar Associations.
1/7/2013 - Sabrina Shadi and Damon Brown Comment on California’s New Pregnancy Leave and Discrimination Rules
4/13/2012 - California Supreme Court's Long-Awaited Ruling in Brinker Provides Employers Favorable Interpretation of Meal Break Requirements, Clarifies Rest Break Timing Requirement
11/23/2011 - New Wage Theft Prevention Act Brings Significant Changes to California Labor Code