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Andrew Hoag
USC Gould School of Law

Andrew Hoag

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: August 31, 2022

Andrew J. Hoag is a partner at Fisher & Phillips LLP, one of the largest U.S. law firms representing management in labor and employment law. He represents local and national employers on a wide spectrum of labor and employment matters. His practice includes advice and counsel, advanced transactional work, and litigation. His advice and counsel includes day-to-day compliance advice and prophylactic trainings for managers and supervisors, human resource professionals, and corporate counsel. His litigation includes defense of discrimination and harassment claims and class-action and Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) wage-and-hour matters. Hoag prides himself on using business acumen to help his clients achieve successful results, often utilizing game theory and other cross-disciplinary approaches to find creative solutions to labor and employment issues.

Hoag also teaches employment law at UCLA School of Law.


Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance
September 25, 2023
Re: Jonathan Barnett

Jonathan Barnett wrote an op-ed piece, based on his forthcoming paper to be published in the University of Chicago Business Law Review, about antitrust regulations and the effects it has on merger review processes. "This inquiry raises serious concerns that legislators and regulators have embarked on a course of action that has an insufficient factual foundation in the digital markets on which competition policymakers have focused," Barnett wrote.


Jonathan Barnett
August, 2023

"Killer Acquisitions Reexamined: Economic Hyperbole in the Age of Populist Antitrust," University of Chicago Business Law Review.

Robin Craig
August, 2023

Robin Craig's article, "The Regulatory Shifting Baseline Syndrome: Vaccines, Generational Amnesia, and the Shifting Perception of Risk in Public Law Regimes," 21 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics 1-60 (July 2022), was featured in The Regulatory Review on August 31, 2023.

Edward McCaffery
August, 2023

"The Paradox of Taxing the Rich," Florida Tax Review (Forthcoming, Fall 2023).