Osaama Saifi represents private employers in industries ranging from healthcare, hospitality, transportation, textile, restaurant chains, technology, and  retail, among others. He handles all client matters related to labor and employment law, including providing advice on personnel policies, employee handbooks, employee termination decisions, and wage and hour issues. Mr. Saifi has experience defending clients in class action law suits and against EEOC, DFEH, OSHA, DLSE, and NLRB investigations, including onsite investigations and interview with employees. He has also defended employers and company executives in litigation related to discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, and sexual harassment.

Prior to joining Atkinson Andelson, Mr. Saifi defended agricultural employers and grower and shipper industries in navigating complicated Wage Order 13 & 14 issues. Mr. Saifi also served as a Deputy District Attorney in Northern California, in which he prosecuted over 800 cases and successfully tried multiple jury trials.

While in law school, Mr. Saifi worked as a Clinical Student at both the Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic and the Loyola International Human Rights Clinic. He also served on Loyola Law School’s Scott Moot Court Honors Board as a National Team Oralist and was a finalist in the 2014 Scott Moot Court Competition.

Representative Matters

  • Successfully represented transportation company in dismissal of class action claims in wage and hour suit.  

Practice Areas


J.D., Loyola Law School
B.A., University of California, Berkeley


  • 2016, California


  • Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi
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