JENNIFER B. ZARGAROF is a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles office and co-leads the firm’s global Labor and Employment practice group.

Ms. Zargarof advocates for employers in a broad range of disputes, with a focus on class actions and other multi-plaintiff litigation. She defends companies in wage and hour, discrimination, wrongful termination, background checks/Fair Credit Reporting Act and other employment-related matters at the trial and appellate levels. Ms. Zargarof also counsels employers on the full array of personnel policies and procedures, employee discipline matters, employment contracts, and wage and hour issues. She serves clients across numerous industries, including retail, healthcare, transportation, and financial services.

Ms. Zargarof has lectured throughout California on various employment-related topics. She conducts frequent trainings on sexual harassment, discrimination, wage and hour issues and other employment law areas.

Ms. Zargarof has extensive trial experience before state and federal courts and in arbitration. Most recently she has received defense verdicts on behalf of her clients in the following cases:

  • Jury verdict in whistleblower/retaliation case
  • Jury verdict in sex harassment and retaliation case
  • Jury verdict in multi-plaintiff meal and rest period case
  • Judgment in overtime exemption class action at the conclusion of court trial


  • “Global Employee Management;” OFII General Counsel Conference; Washington, D.C.; 2014
  • “California Labor and Employment Update 2013: Developments and Trends for the New Year and Beyond; Palo Alto, California;” 2013
  • “Seizing Opportunity and Managing Crisis: The Legal Environment for 2012 and Beyond;” Minneapolis, Minnesota; 2012
  • “Avoiding Ugly Patterns (Not in Textiles, but in Employment Practices);” TRSA Conference; Chicago, Illinois; 2012
  • Breakfast With Your Labor Lawyer Lecture Series; Los Angeles, California; 2007-2010
  • Employment Discrimination and Personnel Relations Laws Series, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Pasadena, Orange County, 2003-2010
  • “The Perfect Storm: How the U.S. Presidential Election and Recent Economic Events Will Impact Labor and Employment Laws in 2009 and Beyond;” New York, New York; 2008



  • Labor, Employment and Immigration


  • Class and Collective Actions
  • Employment Discrimination Litigation
  • Protecting Proprietary Information & Customer Relationships
  • Wage and Hour Litigation


  • New York University School of Law (J.D.)
  • University of California-Los Angeles (B.A.)

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