Janet Grumer’s more than 20 years of experience as a business executive are a proven asset to her practice, allowing her to provide practical, real-world advice and counsel to her clients. She draws upon extensive management experience in addressing the concerns of multiple-location retail, restaurants, movie theatres and other businesses.
Janet represents employers in a wide range of disputes before state and federal courts, including wage and hour, misclassification, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation claims. Janet also defends employers in administrative proceedings before the Employment Development Department, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, Department of Fair Employment and Housing, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Janet provides advice and counsel aimed at preventing litigation, including advice on sexual harassment prevention, investigations, terminations of employment, reductions in force, employee disciplinary actions, creating personnel policies, and drafting employee handbooks.
Janet represents companies in wage and hour and ADA accommodation class actions. She works closely with companies to develop defense strategies designed to curtail or eliminate liability. She also works with companies to minimize risk of future actions.
Janet represents businesses in class action and individual Americans with Disabilities Act public accommodation disputes, as well as actions before the Department of Justice. She also provides preventative advice and counsel, works with clients to develop effective ADA policies and practices, and coordinates with experts on remediation.
Professional & Community Activities:
- American Bar Association
- Scholarship Committee, National Association of Theatre Owners of California and Nevada
- J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, cum laude
- Editor, Loyola Law Review
- B.A., Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles
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