Adil M. Khan is a commercial litigator with a primary focus on commercial disputes, class actions, and labor & employment matters. He has diverse experience in all phases of civil litigation, from the pleadings stage through trial.
Adil has represented companies in a variety of contexts, including asserting claims against former executives and managers for theft of trade secret, unfair competition, and fraud.
He also has wide-ranging experience with consumer class action litigation, including the defense of a publicly traded, for-profit owner of various "trade schools" in multiple class actions alleging claims under Unfair Competition Law, False Advertising Law and Consumer Legal Remedies Act.
His labor & employment work concentrates on the defense of wage-and hour-class actions under federal and state law, as well as individual and multi-plaintiff claims involving discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Adil has experience in both state and federal courts.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Adil M. Khan