A civil litigator for 15 years, Withrow has practiced exclusively for the last nine years in employment law and litigation. Her practice includes wrongful discharge, discrimination and harassment litigation in both state and federal courts, wage and hour claim defense (including representative and class actions) and management training. Withrow has worked with all sizes of companies in employment matters from small privately held companies to national and international publicly traded companies. She is also a frequent speaker on employment law topics. Previously, Withrow was an associate with Landegger, Baron, Lavenant & Ingber in Encino.
"Laura's employment law expertise will be a tremendous asset to our firm and our clients," says Joel Mark, the firm's managing partner. "Laura is an outstanding lawyer and we're excited to have her on board."
Withrow is admitted to practice before the Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit, multiple U.S. District Courts and the Supreme Courts of Massachusetts and California. She is a member of the Ventura County Bar Association and the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section.
“I am delighted to be associated with a firm with such deep roots and strong history within Ventura County and the legal community," says Withrow.
Withrow received her B.A. in psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and her J.D. from the University of Southern California. Prior to attending law school, Withrow worked for the Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce where she obtained a firsthand look at the challenges facing business owners.
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