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Alexa L. Morgan

Alexa L. Morgan

Fox, Wang & Morgan P.C.

Los Gatos, CA, USA

Alexa Morgan is a founder and Partner of Fox, Wang & Morgan P.C.  Her practice focuses on virtually all areas of employment law before both state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies.  She regularly handles employment litigation matters involving complex wage and hour class action issues, workplace discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination.

Ms. Morgan also regularly counsels employers on various aspects of employment law including hiring decisions, termination decisions, reductions-in-force, employee discipline, personnel policies, medical leave and accommodation issues, and wage and hour matters.  She also drafts employment-related polices and agreements, such as employee handbooks, employment agreements, severance agreements, and trade secret/confidentiality agreements.  In addition, Ms. Morgan conducts internal workplace misconduct investigations and advises clients on appropriate responses to employee misconduct.

Ms. Morgan’s practice also focuses on counseling federal contractors on compliance with affirmative action laws.  Ms. Morgan also assists in the representation of clients before the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) by preparing for desk audits, responding to OFCCP requests for information, defending OFCCP audits, evaluating disparity claims, and defending federal contractors in OFCCP-initiated administrative proceedings. 

Ms. Morgan is also active in the pro bono community, having successfully represented clients in employment, guardianship, unlawful detainer, and education-related matters. 

Prior to founding Fox, Wang & Morgan, Ms. Morgan was an Associate at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP and at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP.


Santa Clara University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2004; Order of the Coif
Editor, Santa Clara Law Review
University of California, Santa Cruz, B.A., Intensive Legal Studies, 1999


Admitted to practice in California and before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Member of the National Association of Women Lawyers


Co-Author, “Where are the Courts Today?  Proving and Defending Against an ‘Adverse Impact’ Claim:  OFCCP’s New Approach to Employer Selection Systems,” EEO Insight, 2008.

Co-Author, “Current Issues in D&O Insurance,” Insights, August 2005.

“Judicial Election Candidates’ Free Speech Rights After Republican Party of Minnesota v. White: Is the Problem Really Solved?” Santa Clara Law Review, 2003

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