Mr. Aguilar focuses his practice on employment litigation and counseling matters, and has experience defending employers in class actions and single-plaintiff cases.
With respect to class actions, he has experience defending clients involved in meal and rest period claims, “off the clock” claims, failure to reimburse claims, actions involving misclassification issues, claims under the Private Attorneys General Act, and other related matters in both California and federal courts.
With respect to single-plaintiff matters, Mr. Aguilar represents clients in all types of employment disputes, including those involving claims of discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment and wrongful termination.
He also has experience litigating employee mobility issues, including cases involving trade secret misappropriation, employee and customer raiding, breach of contract and restrictive covenants disputes, and other unlawful business practices.
Mr. Aguilar also advises clients on how to avoid disputes.
He provides day-to-day counseling to employers in connection with employment policies, procedures and compliance, and has assisted employers in developing HR policies and employee handbooks.
Mr. Aguilar received his JD in 2007 from the University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law, Berkeley, CA.