Andrew K. Doty
Mr. Doty has extensive experience in all aspects of complex litigation, with an emphasis on labor and employment, commercial litigation and real estate law. His labor and employment practice includes the defense and counseling of public and private employers on the many and varied aspects of employment relationships, as well as litigation of all types of employment cases. He offers preventative advice to employers on issues such as hiring, wage and hour matters, employee classification, employee handbooks, trade secrets and restrictive covenants, family, medical and pregnancy leave requirements, reductions in force, termination decisions, and separation agreements. He litigates a wide variety of employment matters including wrongful termination, age, gender, race and disability discrimination, sexual harassment, public policy, and wage and hour claims in the state and federal courts.
In addition, he handles administrative matters before the California Labor Commissioner, Cal-OSHA, and the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board. He also represents employers in collective bargaining, and in the enforcement of collective bargaining agreements.
Outside the labor and employment field, Andrew has also practiced business litigation with an emphasis on antitrust. He has an appellate practice in the state and federal courts which has included appeals in the areas of employment, antitrust, business torts, and personal injury.
Northwestern University, 1984, Bachelor of Arts in Economics
University of California, Los Angeles, 1987, J.D.
Mr. Doty is admitted to the United States Supreme Court; all Courts of the State of California; U.S. District Court, Central, Eastern, Northern and Southern Districts of California; U.S. District Court, District of Columbia; United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit and D.C. Circuit; and is a member of the State Bar of California and the State Bar of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Doty is also a member of the Los Angeles Bar Association.
Mr. Doty's practice focuses on all aspects of complex litigation, with an emphasis on labor and employment, commercial litigation, antitrust and appellate issues.