Jon Miller represents and counsels employers of all sizes in a range of employment and labor matters, often defending employers against lawsuits filed by former or current employees. He represents clients in the construction, retail, and technology industries before federal and state administrative agencies, including the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, the Department of Labor, and the National Labor Relations Board, among others. He has specific knowledge of matters involving:
Jon also has experience in all facets of the litigation process, from the initial investigation and filing through trial and appeal. His successes include obtaining:
In addition to defending employers, Jon works closely with human resources departments, in house counsel, and key managers and business owners to prevent employment litigation. He also provides effective day-to-day advice and strategic counsel on a variety of workplace issues, such as:
He regularly prepares and reviews employee handbooks, personnel policies, and employment contracts and is skilled at auditing employment policies and practices to ensure compliance with state and federal employment laws.
Jon is a frequent author and regularly provides expert commentary for leading business publications. He also speaks to employers; offers training on employment and labor law compliance; and conducts presentations on sexual harassment prevention, discrimination, hiring practices and risk management. Additionally, he has taught a course as part of the University of California at Irvine human resources certificate curriculum.
Jon currently serves on Littler Mendelson's Associates Committee. Previously, he was a partner at a regional law firm.