Lauren Fierro divides her practice between private labor and employment advice and counsel and business and commercial litigation. Her focus on employment law centers around wage and hour actions, workplace investigations, workplace discrimination and harassment, discipline and termination, arbitration agreements, sick leave, and all related claims. Her focus on business and commercial litigation centers around unfair competition, trade secret, breach of contract, and other business tort and commercial litigation.
While attending law school, Ms. Fierro served as Chair of the Public Interest Law Committee and Women's Law Association; she received several awards, including receiving the highest grade in Legal Writing and Evidence and the Public Interest Law Service Award; and she published an employment law article in Southwestern's Law Review. In addition, Ms. Fierro completed a full-time federal judicial externship with the Honorable Judge Dean D. Pregerson in the Central District of California, an externship with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office Consumer Protection Division, and served as an Advocate for Southwestern’s Children’s Rights Clinic.
Away from the office, Ms. Fierro enjoys spending time with her husband and children. She is passionate about giving back to the community and volunteers at her local YMCA where she campaigns for youth leadership development programs.
News & Publications
Alerts & Articles
- PAGA Action Fails and Walmart Prevails: the Ninth Circuit Reverses $102 Million Award and Holds Employee Must Suffer Injury to Pursue a PAGA ActionLabor & Employment Law Blog, 06.11.2021
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 03.01.2021
- Business Law Journal, 03.01.2021
- California Employers: The federal Department Of Labor’s Final Rule For Worker Classifications Does Not Eliminate The Requirements Under California’s ABC TestLabor & Employment Law Blog, 01.08.2021
Community & Professional
- YMCA, Volunteer