Experienced in defending against all types of employment claims through trial on behalf of employers of all sizes. Lubrano takes an aggressive defense approach whether the case involves a single plaintiff alleging wrongful termination, harassment and/or discrimination, or if it is a multiparty, class action matter. Lubrano has extensive experience defending against wage and hour class action claims and is one of the few attorneys who has litigated PAGA claims through trial. As the laws that affect employers continue to evolve, Lubrano facilitates creative litigation strategies to achieve client goals efficiently.
Lubrano’s practice strengths include navigating her clients through the many employee-friendly laws that make doing business in California difficult for employers. She engages in immediate fact investigation in all types of cases to achieve early case assessment and to position clients for the best possible result in every case.
As part of her client counsel, Lubrano also regularly advises executives and human resources personnel on preventive measures to avoid litigation. Lubrano assists her clients in developing and implementing employment policies and practices to ensure compliance with state and federal workplace laws and regulations.
Areas of Practice
Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) Litigation
Wage and Hour Issues
Workplace Solutions, Advice and Training
Wrongful Termination and Workplace Tort Litigation
California Western School of Law, J.D., 2009
California State University, Fullerton, B.A., English, cum laude, 2006
"Biden's Repeal of Trump-Era Gig Worker Rule Restores Multi-Factor Test," Co-Author, Bloomberg Law, June 2021
“Don’t Let the Name Fool You. The ABC Test Is Anything But Simple," Co-Author, Staffing Industry Analysts, February 2020
"Court Not So SLAPP Happy Over Hospitals' Action Against Doctor," California Employment Law Letter, August 14, 2017
"Managing Independent Contractor Class Action Is All About Right To Control," California Employment Law Letter, August 11, 2014
“Workplace Violence - Do As I Do, Not As I Say,” California Employment Law Letter, July 15, 2013
“Employee’s Self-Diagnosis Insufficient to Save His Medical Leave Claims,” California Employment Law Letter, April 9, 2012
“A Little Sexual Harassment Isn't Enough,” California Employment Law Letter, November 7, 2011
"Truth or Consequence," California Employment Law Letter, July 11, 2011
"Armedariz Decision Protects Independent Contractors’ FEHA Rights, Too," California Employment Law Letter, March 28, 2011
Listed, Super Lawyers Southern California Rising Stars, 2015 - 2019
Member, Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Orange County Chapter, 2017 - 2018
Member, Lex Romana
Member, Italian American Lawyers Association