Arthur M. Eidelhoch represents and counsels employers in all aspects of employment law. He has defended hundreds of employment claims and devotes a considerable portion of his practice to advising employers on practical approaches to legal compliance and measures to prevent or minimize the risk of employment-related litigation. With over 25 years of practice focused entirely on employment law, Art approaches each issue and matter individually with a strategic plan to meet his clients’ objectives, surpass their expectations, and build long term relationships.
Art prides himself on creative, state-of-the-art approaches and believes strongly in proactive human resources policies and strategies. A highly effective communicator, Art also lectures and provides training on employment issues to hundreds of employees from non-supervisory, hourly workers to officers of major corporations.
In his nationwide practice, Art handles claims involving:
- Wrongful termination
- Wage and hour issues
- Accommodation and leave of absence issues
- Unfair competition
- Whistleblowing and retaliation
He has extensive experience at every stage of the litigation process, including discovery, summary judgment and other dispositive motions, trials, appeals, arbitrations and mediations. He represents clients of all sizes in federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Art also has experience representing employers in traditional labor law and the employer-union relationship. He has particular expertise defending wage and hour, discrimination, and class action claims involving:
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
- The Americans with Disabilities Act
- The Fair Labor Standards Act
- The California Labor Code
- The California Fair Employment and Housing Act
- The National Labor Relations Act
- Unfair competition laws