Sean Kingston represents employers of all sizes in class, representative, collective, and individual litigation, from inception through trial.
Sean practices before state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels. Sean represents employers in various disputes, including wage and hour matters, trade secret and non-compete litigation, discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination. In his litigation practice, Sean has extensive experience resolving matters involving the Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) either through dismissals or through settlements.
Sean brings a business-oriented and analytical approach to his practice, drawing upon a background in policy and management analysis.
Clients look to Sean to provide preventive counseling to employers, and he advises clients in handling workplace investigations, termination and discipline, reductions in force, worker classification, data privacy, and workplace violence. Sean assists in drafting employment contracts, independent contractor agreements, employment policies, and workplace violence prevention plans. Sean provides guidance regarding compliance with all aspects of local, state and federal labor and employment laws.
During law school, Sean served as an extern for the Honorable Richard D. Fybel of the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division Three; externed for the Honorable Kathleen Mulligan of the EEOC; and clerked for the Huntington Beach City Attorney’s Office.