Sherry’s practice focuses on defending and counseling management in all areas of labor and employment law. She represents both public and private sector employers in litigating the entire spectrum of employment litigation matters, including single and multi-plaintiff claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, Private Attorney General Act representative actions, wage-and-hour violations, and government agency investigations. She also advises clients in all matters pertaining to employment issues, including revisions to employee handbooks and policies, and providing advice and counsel to employers regarding state and federal employment laws.
Prior to joining the firm, Sherry worked in a nationally ranked law firm where she practiced complex litigation matters, including class actions, mass torts, products liability, and business and commercial litigation. Sherry utilizes the depth and breadth of her experience by applying her diverse skill set to her clients’ unique needs.
While at UCLA School of Law, Sherry served as an Articles Editor for the Pacific Basin Law Journal and a Writing Advisor for UCLA’s Legal Research and Writing program.
Sherry represents employers in matters such as:
- Discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination claims in both single plaintiff, class and Private Attorney General Act representative actions;
- Wage and hour matters;
- Employment and labor policies;
- Negotiating collective bargaining agreements;
- Compliance with state and federal employment and labor laws including daily personnel decisions and human resources matters; and
- Providing advice and counsel on regulatory changes in local, state, and federal law.
Admitted to Practice
United States District Courts:
- Central District of California
- Northern District of California
- B.A., Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles
- Graduated top 10% of class, 2015
- Dean’s Honor List
- J.D., UCLA School of Law
- Carol Moss Foundation Scholarship Recipient, 2019
- Erwin Rautenberg Foundation Scholarship Recipient, 2017-2018