Mitch is a member of the firm’s Policy Committee. He has extensive experience in employment law and in intellectual property litigation and complex commercial litigation.
His work has focused on litigation in the areas of trade secrets, complex commercial litigation, employee mobility, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, contracts, defamation, wage and hour, and unfair competition. As part of his counseling practice, Mitch has performed management training for employers and rendered employment advice on employment-related issues, including those associated with hiring employees, terminating employees, workplace investigations, discrimination, protection of trade secrets, leaves of absence, reductions-in-force, and compliance with wage and hour laws, among others.
He has represented employers before numerous state and federal agencies including the Equal Employment and Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), the California Labor Commissioner, and the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Mitch is a frequent speaker on various employment-related topics and has appeared as a guest instructor for the San Diego State University Human Resources Certificate Program. He has also served as the author of News From National, the Labor and Employment Law quarterly newsletter for the NHRA.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Micha "Mitch" Danzig