Former Chief Counsel To California Division Of Labor Standards Enforcement Returns To AALRR

Robert R. Roginson, formerly Chief Counsel for the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, has rejoined the firm as a partner in its Employer Services Department. Appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in October 2007, Mr. Roginson represented and advised the California Labor Commissioner and her staff in all aspects of enforcement and interpretation of California’s labor and wage and hour laws, licensing requirements, and retaliation statutes.

Mr. Roginson returns to AALRR where his focus will be on labor relations and employment law. His practice will include counseling employers in California wage and hour and pay practice matters and defending employers in class action litigation.

"I am extremely excited about rejoining AALRR. They have a well deserved reputation throughout California for practical and effective representation and advocacy on behalf of their clients. With AALRR's commitment to assisting employers in strengthening workplace pay practices and ensuring compliance and their deep labor and employment law talent pool, we will have the resources necessary to assist clients to be more profitable and competitive in a difficult and uncertain marketplace,” stated Mr. Roginson.

“Our firm and our clients are fortunate to have such a talented attorney rejoin our firm. Bob has been at the forefront of many of central wage and hour issues facing California employers and his return adds another level of expertise to our multi-dimensional representation of employers," said Robert L. Wenzel, Partner and Employment Law Practice Chair.

Bob’s statewide platform as Chief Counsel of California's labor enforcement agency greatly enhances our ability to efficiently serve our larger clients,” said James C. Romo, Managing Partner.

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