Molly represents both public and private employers in all phases of litigation in federal, state and administrative proceedings. Molly defends employers against allegations of harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation and wage-an-hour noncompliance. Molly also provides preventative advice and training to clients in employment matters.
Prior to joining Hanson Bridgett, Molly developed substantial experience working for the National Labor Relations Board. She now represents both private and public employers in proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and the California Public Employment Relations Board. She also represents employers in union organizing campaigns and collective bargaining negotiations.
"What Employers Can Expect in 2009," co-author, Labor and Employment Law Update (February 2009)
"Enforceability of a Pre-Employment Arbitration Agreement Containing Class Action Waivers," Employment Law Bulletin (January 2008)
"California Laws and Cases Bring New Challenges to Employers in 2007," co-author, Employment Law Bulletin (January 2007)
"Employers Must Pay for Employee 'Donning and Doffing' and More," co-author, Employment Law Bulletin (January 2006)
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"Harassment Prevention and Awareness," California Associations of Health Facilities, East Bay Chapter (August 2011)
"Good Human Resource Management Can Prevent Unionization," Hughson Samaritan Village (January 2009)
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