Aimée Lin focuses her practice on a broad variety of employment litigation matters across a wide array of industries, including retail, banking, financial services, hospitality (hotels, restaurants and airlines), manufacturing, marketing, waste disposal, pharmaceuticals, printing, publishing and government. Recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in the field of employment litigation defense, Aimée has represented clients in both federal and state court, before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and in arbitration.
Aimée has acted for clients in matters concerning claims of: discrimination based on race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, familial status and disability; harassment; and retaliation, as well as Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) claims, whistleblower claims, wage and hour claims, and various tort claims arising from the workplace, including defamation, false arrest, malicious prosecution, assault, intentional/negligent infliction of emotional distress, and negligent hiring and supervision. Aimée has also prosecuted actions against former employees for breach of non-compete agreements, misappropriation of employer’s confidential/proprietary information, and breach of promissory notes.
Aimée’s advisory practice includes counseling in connection with accommodations, leaves of absence, reductions in force and compliance with wage and hour laws. She also advises clients with respect to employee handbooks and policies and conducts training. Additionally, Aimée drafts and provides advice in connection with various contracts relevant to employment, including separation, severance and employment agreements, as well as offer letters and independent contractor agreements.
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