As a brief writer for the Littler CaseSmart – Class Action™ team based in California, Peter Pham formulates and executes briefing strategy for cases. He evaluates and selects legal authority that supports the facts and circumstances of each case and prepares substantive briefs and motions, including complex dispositive motions, discovery motions and briefing concerning discovery and other strategic issues.
Prior to joining Littler, Peter worked at a multinational law firm focusing on labor and employment and intellectual property litigation. His litigation experience spans case inception through jury verdict. He has extensive experience representing employers before administrative agencies, state and federal courts.
He has successfully litigated both single plaintiff and class actions involving wage and hour, discrimination and harassment claims arising under state and federal laws including:
- The California Labor Code
- The Fair Employment and Housing Act
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
- The Fair Labor Standards Act
- The Americans with Disabilities Act
- State and federal wage laws
During law school, he served as a senior editor of the UCLA Law Review, as well as a faculty research assistant.
Outside of the law, Peter’s interests include film and television directing and writing, and he is actively involved in the film industry in Los Angeles.