Millicent Sanchez focuses her practice exclusively on labor and employment law representing management. Her extensive litigation experience includes representing employers before state and federal administrative agencies and in state and federal court on a broad range of issues, including employment discrimination, sexual harassment, and wrongful discharge. Ms. Sanchez devotes considerable effort to educating the firm’s clients on legal developments impacting labor and employment issues. She counsels companies on day-to-day employment issues, including wage-and-hour questions, discipline and discharge, leaves of absence and violence in the workplace, and on structuring and maintaining effective human-resources policies and practices, employee handbooks, agreements, workforce reductions and providing management training to help avoid litigation.
Ms. Sanchez frequently addresses employer and professional organizations on a range of issues, including employment discrimination, sexual harassment, discipline and discharge, workplace privacy, wage-and-hour matters, independent contractors, violence, drugs and other unlawful conduct in the workplace, investigations, and union avoidance.
- 2016-2022 “The Best Lawyers in America©“, Employment & Labor Law-Management
- 2007 and 2008 “Southern California Super Lawyer,” Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine
- Past-president of Worklaw® Network
- Former Member, Executive Committee, Labor Law Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association
- Past president, Philippine American Bar Association
- Past chair, Ethnic Minority Relations Committee, State Bar of California
- Former Member, Board of Governors, California Women Lawyers
- Former Member, Board of Directors, YWCA of Greater Los Angeles
- Former Member, Board of Trustees, HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership)
- Former member, Torch Relay Foundation, Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee Supervisor, Public Information, Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee