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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.
   

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

USA Today
November 28, 2022
Re: Elyn Saks

Elyn Saks was interviewed about what schizophrenia really is. "A common misconception is that we're unable to care for ourselves and that's not true," she said. "For some people it is, but not for all of us. We can have relationships –romantic and friendships. But we often don't see that (in the media) because of the emphasis on sensationalism and 'othering' us."

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