Alicia Anderson focuses her practice on employment litigation, counseling and commercial litigation. She represents businesses in federal and state court and before the NLRB and administrative agencies.
Much of my work involves employment-related litigation, including wrongful termination, harassment and wage-and-hour compliance. I have worked on the successful defense of class-actions and lawsuits filed by single plaintiffs. I represent parties ranging from leading employers in the health care and manufacturing industries to emerging technology and new media startups.
I work closely with Nixon Peabody’s labor relations team to provide strategic advice and aggressive representation in traditional labor matters.
I have handled general commercial disputes involving contract, copyright, trademark, trade secret and fraud.
As union membership continues to grow in California, I see California employers playing a big role in the evolution of traditional labor law.
Los Angeles Daily Journal | July 10, 2019
Partner Ben Kim, counsel Alicia Anderson and associate Irene Scholl-Tatevosyan, all of the Labor and Employment group in Los Angeles, co-wrote this contributed article. The authors analyze the impact of a California Supreme Court ruling that drivers for Dynamex, a package delivery company, are employees rather than independent contractors.
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Loyola Law School, J.D., St. Thomas More Law Honor , First Honors Award - Secured Transactions in Real Property, Trusts & Wills; International Law Review, Chief Production Editor
University of California, Davis, B.A.
Alicia has been recognized as a 2014 Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Star.