Anthony Zaller is a litigation attorney who focuses on representing employers in California labor and employment law matters and has extensive experience in litigating class action and single plaintiff lawsuits. He resides in Los Angeles, and litigates cases throughout California. In addition to his interests in employment law, Anthony is also interested in technology, start-up businesses, and entrepreneurship – the primary articles of interest of this blog.
Anthony attended law school at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, and received a joint J.D./M.B.A degree.
In addition to his legal practice, Anthony also has co-founded a business that provides document management solutions to businesses and law firms. He enjoys spending time with his family, and when time permits, running, skiing, and competing in an occasional triathlon.
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Anthony also created the California Human Resources Network in LinkedIn (drop me an email if you would like to become a member of the group).
Anthony also serves on the Loyola Marymount University MBA Alumni Board of Directors, and is a member of the LAX/Marina Del Rey Chamber of Commerce.
Routinely speaks before various trade associations and Business and Legal Reports for California and nation-wide audiences on topics such as:
- Wage and hour developments in California
- Class action litigation and managing risky litigation
- Managing conflict in the workplace
- Expense reimbursement in California
- FMLA, CFRA, paid time off, and other leave issues
- Disabilities in the workplace
Anthony is on the Boards for the California Employer Advisor and California Employment Law Answers and regularly writes articles for these publications.
Author, “Litigation Resources For California Employers” ebook. (send me an email for a free copy)
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Note: The views and opinions on this blog are not affiliated with Anthony’s firm/employer – they are solely his own. This blog is not affiliated in any manner his firm/employer.