David G. Hoiles, Jr. is office managing principal of the San Diego, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
Dave represents employers and individual defendants in all types of employment litigation, including the defense of claims of sexual abuse (of minors) or harassment, unlawful employment discrimination and retaliation, failure to provide reasonable accommodations, breach of contract, intentional tort, and unfair competition. Dave also has significant experience defending employers in wage and hour litigation, including class and representative action lawsuits. Dave practices both in state and federal court and also before such tribunals as the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the California Civil Rights Department, and the California Department of Industrial Relations – Division of Labor Standards Enforcement.
In addition to his skills as a litigator, Dave also has substantial experience counseling clients on a variety of employment-related issues and conducts training seminars, including sexual harassment prevention training.
While in law school, Dave was a judicial extern for the Honorable James M. Ideman, United States District Court, Central District of California.
Dave regularly volunteers with the San Diego Family Justice Center, where he assists victims of domestic violence in their efforts to obtain restraining orders against abusive individuals with whom the victims have a relationship. Prior to moving to San Diego in 2014, Dave provided similar pro bono services to the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Domestic Violence Project.
Dave most enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.
- Published Decision: Kinecta Alternative Financial Solutions, Inc. (2012) 205 Cal.App.4th 506, rev. denied.
- Unpublished Decision: Rocha v. Kinecta Federal Credit Union (2012) 2012 Cal. App. Unpub. LEXIS 6183, rev. denied.
Pro Bono and Community Involvement
- San Diego Family Justice Center, Volunteer Attorney (assists victims of domestic violence in their efforts to obtain restraining orders against abusive individuals with whom the victims have a relationship)