Overview

Mia Lomedico handles all matters related to private labor and employment. She has litigated employment cases in arbitration and civil court involving the Fair Employment and Housing Act, the California Family Rights Act, the Private Attorneys General Act, the California Labor Code and the UCL as codified in the Business and Professions Code.  Ms. Lomedico’s experience also includes drafting answers and other responsive pleadings, motion practice, discovery, as well as creating proactive plans for businesses to avoid litigation, calculating liability exposure, drafting pre-litigation and post-complaint settlement demands, engaging in negotiations, and more.

While in law school, Ms. Lomedico served as a certified law clerk at the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, where she appeared in over twenty-five felony preliminary hearings and sat second chair in a widely publicized homicide trial.  She also clerked for two employment law firms in connection with Western State’s honors programs.  She was the recipient of numerous scholarships, including the California Employment Lawyers Association Fellowship and the Western State Academic Achievement Scholarship.  Ms. Lomedico also received the Witkin Award of Academic Excellence for achieving the highest grade in several of her courses. 

Prior to law school, Ms. Lomedico worked in the construction industry where she was responsible for ensuring compliance with state and federal mandated labor laws on publicly funded contracts on both the general and subcontract levels. 

Practice Areas

News & Publications

Publications

Co-author, “Accommodating the Employee in Rehab: Is There a Private Right of Action under Labor Code Section 1025?” California Employment Lawyers Association Bulletin

Community Involvement

Community & Professional

  • Orange County Bar Association, Member

Education

J.D., Western State College of Law
B.A., Azusa Pacific University

Admissions

  • 2017, California
    U.S. District Court, Central District of California
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