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Christopher Habashy

Associate
Los Angeles

P 213-689-0404
F 213-689-0430
Christopher.Habashy@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Christopher M. Habashy is an Associate in the Los Angeles, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He represents management in all types of employment disputes including harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination cases in both state and federal court as well as in arbitration and administrative hearings.

Mr. Habashy also defends employers in wage and hour matters, including class and representative action lawsuits. In addition, Mr. Habashy provides advice and counsel to clients on a variety of employment practices including employment contracts and employee handbooks, discharge, and discipline.

While attending law school, Mr. Habashy competed in the Moot Court Honors program and was a Hale Moot Court Quarterfinalist. Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, he practiced labor and employment law as an associate in the Los Angeles office of a large, national general practice firm.

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Employer’s Enforcement of Its Call-In Policy Was Reasonable Vis-à-Vis a Disabled Employee
May 18, 2017

Employers frequently struggle with enforcement of call-in and job abandonment policies when there has been a lack of communication by a disabled employee. Read More

Employer’s Enforcement of Its Call-In Policy Was Reasonable Vis-à-Vis a Disabled Employee
May 17, 2017

Employers frequently struggle with enforcement of call-in and job abandonment policies when there has been a lack of communication by a disabled employee. In Alejandro v. ST Micro Electronics (N.D. Read More

The California Senate Passes a Bill That May Abolish Arbitration Agreements
September 1, 2015

On August 24, 2015, the California Senate passed measure AB-465 which prevents employers from requiring employees to sign an arbitration agreement as a condition of employment. The Senate approved this measure by a vote of 22-15. In support of this measure, Democratic Assemblyman Roger Hernandez stated, “No worker should be forced to choo Read More