Monique A. Eginli
Monique Eginli represents and counsels employers in a wide range of employment-related matters, including wage and hour class and collective actions, single-plaintiff litigation, claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination. Monique defends employers in a variety of industries from small businesses to larger enterprises.
Monique provides advice and counsel to her clients on areas including hiring, employment policies and practices, arbitration agreements, severance agreements, and separation of employment. She is also ready to defend her clients inside the courtroom at the state, federal, and appellate levels and in arbitration. Clients work with her on single-plaintiff litigation, wage and hour class actions, Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) claims, and non-compete, non-solicitation, and other restrictive covenants. Monique helps her clients find solutions to concerns on the broad spectrum of issues employers face within the employment practice.
As part of her practice, Monique has experience in alternative dispute resolution methods, recognizing that ADR is often a standard part of employment disputes and offers employers a range of legal solutions outside of a courtroom. Monique supports her clients in resolving claims that include discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, whistleblower actions, failure to accommodate, failure to provide leave, and failure to engage in the interactive process.
Monique offers her clients several unique perspectives. Prior to beginning her career as a practicing attorney, Monique obtained her MBA and worked for a venture capital fund and later a cybersecurity software company. In her roles, Monique analyzed contracts, agreements, intellectual property portfolios, and budgets. Through her business background, Monique is astutely aware of the dynamic forces companies face. In her legal career, Monique began by representing employees in discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination lawsuits. She is keenly aware of what employees seek in employer disputes and can identify the pitfalls many employers unwittingly face.”
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Beverly Hills Bar Association
California Young Lawyers Association