Mae Hau is an associate in the Labor and Employment group in the Los Angeles office. Her practice includes counseling and representing employers in all aspects of their labor and employment matters.
I work with a number of large and small clients, counseling them on all aspects of employment issues.
I represent employers in employment litigation matters involving complex wage and hour class action issues, workplace discrimination, wrongful termination and sexual harassment. I have handled all stages of pretrial litigation, including briefing dispositive motions, managing pretrial discovery, taking and defending depositions and negotiating settlement. In addition to litigation, I represent employers in connection with charges, audits and investigations before administrative agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the National Labor Relations Board.
I have appeared in both state and U.S. federal court. My appellate work includes successfully briefing cases in the California Courts of Appeal. In one case, we obtained a published decision establishing that an employer’s refusal to allow an employee to rescind a resignation was not an adverse employment action under the Fair Employment and Housing Act.
My work also includes counseling clients on day-to-day employment law matters such as wage and hour compliance, termination and performance counseling, and personnel policy drafting and review.
The gender wage gap discussion has changed significantly in light of California’s Fair Pay Act. Moreover, as equal-pay advocates increasingly push for similar laws across the nation, employers attuned to these issues will have a competitive edge in business and legal arenas.
Rochester Business Journal | November 17, 2017
Rochester private equity and investment funds partner Jeremy Wolk, Los Angeles health care partner Jill Gordon and Los Angeles labor and employment associate Mae Hau coauthored this contributed article on the explosion of mobile health applications and the potential accessibility issues.
Health & Employment Alert | 10.24.17
Class Action Alert | 03.20.17