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Keith A. FInk & Associates

Litigation Attorneys

 

Founded by Keith Fink in 1997

Keith Fink & Associates is a boutique litigation firm with a primary emphasis on labor and employment matters. The firm was founded on March 1, 1997 when Mr. Fink left one of the nation's largest law firms in order to create a unique firm that focused solely on litigation for plaintiffs and defendants. From the firm's inception it has specialized in litigating employment and labor matters involving wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment and wage and hour issues. 

In addition to employment, the firm litigates a wide variety of cases including real estate, business, legal malpractice, family law, civil rights (e.g. Americans with Disabilities Act cases), product liability and complex personal injury matters.

Due to our expertise in employment law we provide counseling to prevent lawsuits which includes conducting employee training classes, drafting employee handbooks and other personnel forms and documentation.

Mr. Fink is routinely retained by business owners and attorneys to conduct neutral and objective sexual harassment investigations, and has conducted hundreds of investigations during his career.

In addition to litigation the firm acts as outside general counsel for businesses throughout the United States as well as in China where we have an office in Macau.

Get in touch with us to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to enquire whether our services are right for you.

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

1990 Bundy Drive, Suite 620

Los Angeles, CA 90025

☎ CONTACT

info@finklawfirm.com
(310) 268-0780

 

 
 

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