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About the Moderator 

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Anthony McClaren is an AV-rated top-notch problem solver. He has impeccable ethical standards and a hyper-focused, personalized approach to the relationships with his clients. He absorbs his client’s problems, emotionally and spiritually, and makes those problems his own.

For Mr. McClaren’s Labor and Employment practice, he has spent the entirety of his career learning and applying California labor and employment theories. This includes representation in Federal and State Court, as well as in Administrative venues (primarily the Department of Industrial Relations), on all manner of issues- harassment, discrimination, and retaliation, as well as class action and PAGA wage and hour matters.

Mr. McClaren also handles what have been called “business divorces”- where former business partners no longer share the same vision or passion, and take action to dissolve the marriage of business. These always include theories of breach of contract, misrepresentation, conversion (theft), trade secret disputes, and other legal theories.

Mr. McClaren is an accomplished rock, ice, and high-altitude mountain climber. He is one of only a small handful of people to have summited the highest mountain on every continent (known as the 7 Summits, including Mount Everest, Mount Denali, and Antarctica’s Vinson Massif), which he did solo and/or self-guided, with minimal to no support, in 2 years. Mr. McClaren relocated to military posts throughout the world during his younger years, where he stopped to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Eastern New Mexico University in May of 2000, and thereafter his Juris Doctorate from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in May of 2003. He prides himself on being able to empathize with his clients, and on his ability to be both an advocate and counselor through the crisis of a legal challenge.

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