As chair of the firm's labor and employment practice, Sabrina represents employers in all aspects of employment-related litigation and traditional labor law. Her broad practice consists of representing employers in wage and hour class, collective and representative actions and state and federal litigation of wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, FMLA/CFRA, ERISA, Unruh Act and unfair competition/trade secret claims.
She has extensive experience and has obtained favorable results representing clients in mediations, arbitrations, administrative proceedings, and at trial, and she regularly provides advice and counsel on discipline, discharge, reduction in force, leave and accommodation issues. Sabrina also conducts management training on the prevention of unlawful employment practices and drafts and advises employers on employee handbooks, employment policies, and employment agreements.
In unionized settings, Sabrina has obtained favorable results representing management in collective-bargaining negotiations, labor arbitrations and in unfair labor practice proceedings before the Region and at trial before the National Labor Relations Board. She also works with and advises management on union avoidance, union campaigns and collective-bargaining issues.Sabrina is also the chair of McGuireWoods’ LGBTQ+ Lawyers Network and serves on the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee. Sabrina is an active LCLD mentor, and her past community involvement has included volunteering for numerous LGBTQ+ organizations, including the LA Gay & Lesbian Center and The Trevor Project.
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