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Kymiya St. Pierre

Associate
Orange County

P 949-885-1360
F 949-885-1380
Kymiya.St.Pierre@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Kymiya St. Pierre is an Associate in the Orange County, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Her practice focuses on representing employers in workplace law matters, including preventive advice and counsel. She practices before the National Labor Relations Board, and state and federal agencies and courts.

Ms. St. Pierre has represented management in union organizing drives and elections. She has defended employers in unfair labor practice and compliance proceedings. Ms. St. Pierre also provides advice and counsel regarding labor and employment law with respect to various issues, including providing workplace training and preventive advice and counsel. She has defended employers regarding different varieties of wrongful termination and discrimination claims.

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Ms. St. Pierre represented employees and defended employers in employment litigation matters. Her experience representing employees has provided her with an effective skillset in anticipating strategies used by plaintiffs’ counsel. She has appeared in both State and Federal court.

While attending law school, Ms. St. Pierre was a Note and Comment Editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review and participated in the Honors Scott Moot Court Competition. She also volunteered at the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Domestic Violence Project. During her undergraduate studies, Ms. St. Pierre studied abroad in Granada, Spain.

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Los Angeles Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section and Litigation Section

Published Works

  • “Attorney’s Duty in Releasing Former Client’s File,” LACBA County Bar Update – Ethics, Vol. 34, No. 11 (November 2014) [Co-Author]

See AllBlog Posts by Kymiya St. Pierre

California Supreme Court Clarifies “Day of Rest” Provisions
May 10, 2017

California employers can now schedule employees with more confidence when the press of business requires employees to work beyond their normal work schedule. The California Supreme Court has clarified California’s “day of rest” statute. Read More