Eliot Rushovich is a reputed Employment Lawyer in Los Angeles, California. He has founded the Rise Law Firm and also serves as one of its managing partners. He practices employment law exclusively on behalf of the employees and has successfully represented senior level executives in high-stakes and high-profile lawsuits.
He regularly takes up cases of people in all levels of employment starting from minimum wage hourly employees. He is well-versed in handling litigation issues concerning harassment, discrimination, retaliation, etc.
He has successfully litigated wage and hour matters in both individual and class action cases. He has extensive experience in negotiations for out-of-court settlement and mediations. He also practices disability law and fights for LGBT rights.
He is an authority in the legal community and an active member of various legal committees in Los Angeles. He regularly serves as a panelist at multiple seminars and functions related to employment law.
He is also a member of multiple employment-related associations such as the California Employment Lawyers Association, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Bar Association, and Disability Rights Bar Association.
He obtained bar admissions in the State Bar of California, the Central District Court of California, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in 2007. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the Harvard Law School in the same year.
He had received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Studies with Magna Cum Laude honors from the Harvard University in 2003. He speaks English, French, Spanish, and Korean languages.
After acquiring the law degree, he worked as an Associate for almost four years with the reputed law firm O’Melveny & Myers LLP based in Los Angeles and represented some of the largest employers in the world.
He quit working as an associate to start his law firm Rushovich Mehtani LLP in 2011. He became the founding and managing partner of Rice Law Firm in 2017.
Attorney Eliot Rushovich takes up cases concerning but not limited to all kinds of discrimination, breach of contract, FMLA & CFRA, commission wages, employee status, hostile workplace, non-competition clauses, rest & meal breaks, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, whistleblowing, etc.
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