Jackson Lewis Law Firm Names New Managing Shareholder for San Diego OfficeMonday, June 16, 2014
David Hoiles has taken over as managing shareholder of employment law firm Jackson Lewis PC’s San Diego office. He succeeds Craig Schloss.
Hoiles began his career with Jackson Lewis more than 13 years ago as an associate and subsequently became a shareholder in the firm’s Los Angeles office. He represents employers in employment litigation, including matters involving claims of sexual harassment, unlawful employment discrimination and retaliation, failure to provide reasonable accommodations, breach of employment contract, intentional tort, misappropriation of trade secrets and unfair competition. He also has experience defending employers in wage-and-hour litigation, including representative and class-action lawsuits, and he practices in state and federal court.
Hoiles received a bachelor’s degree in international relations and a paralegal certificate from the University of San Diego in 1991. He received his law degree from Loyola Law School – Los Angeles in 1996.