Stacey M. Cooper
San Diego

Stacey Cooper has represented hotels, restaurants, retail establishments, transportation companies, government contractors, and other businesses in matters involving wage and hour lawsuits, wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, breach of contract, and violation of the ADA. In addition to defending employment litigation matters, Stacey works to assist her clients in developing policies and procedures designed to minimize the risk of law suits, and particularly, the risk of class action law suits. Specifically, she routinely counsels her clients on compliance with federal and state wage designations, alternate pay structures, meal and rest period policies, wage and hour compliance, and other employment related matters.

Where necessary, Stacey has assisted her clients with reducing its work force by preparing severance agreements, assisting with exit interviews, and working with federal and state government agencies to ensure compliance with regulations governing large scale, or government contract related layoffs.

J.D., University of Colorado Law School
B.A., University of Washington

Past Webinars:
What’s New in 2018? Review and Preview of Hot Topics in Employment Law (January 2018)

Glancing Back but Staying Ahead of the Curve in 2017 (January 2017)

Non-competes & Non-solicitations: Can You Protect Your Business Information from Employee Theft (November 2016)

How to Conduct Workplace Investigations (September 2016)

Keeping the Water Cooler Safe: Politics & Current Events in the Workplace (February 2016)

What’s New in 2016: Review and Preview of Hot Topics in Employment Law (January 2016)

On the Horizon: What’s New in Employment Law for 2015 (January 2015)

Government Contracts and Safety: Roundtable on Prevailing Wage, Living Wage, and OSHA (November 2014)

Leave of Absence Alphabet Soup: Navigating FMLA, ADA and ADAAA (July 2014)

Looking Ahead: The Top Employment Law Issues for 2014 (January 2014)