Diana Tabacopoulos is a partner in the Wage & Hour Litigation Practice Group in Seyfarth Shaw’s Los Angeles office. Ms. Tabacopoulos has more than fifteen years of experience defending corporations and management in wage and hour, ERISA, and securities class actions as well as consumer and unfair competition actions under the California Business and Professions Code.
She has lectured and published articles on financial litigation, ERISA litigation, unfair competition and many aspects of employment law, including reductions-in-force and employee participation programs. Ms. Tabacopoulos has been quoted on employment and business litigation matters in, amongst other publications, Fortune Magazine, Fortune Small Business Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, The Industry Standard, The Los Angeles Daily Journal, and CEO Magazine.
Diana is proud to be consistently recognized as an industry leader by Chambers USA, a leading professional directory. Chambers USA describes her as, “a very talented litigator with a burgeoning practice handling wage and hour class and collective actions. Clients applaud the efficient and highly responsive Tabacopoulos for her consistently practical advice.”
J.D., Loyola Law School (2009)
Editor, Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review
B.S., University of California, Davis (2000)
American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA)