Linda Fang

Seattle

1201 Third Avenue, Suite 3200
Seattle, WA 98101 

Linda uses her experience as an employment litigator and small business owner to help provide peace of mind to business owners.

For the first eight years of her legal career, Linda represented some of the lowest-wage workers in the car wash, restaurant, garment, and construction industries in Los Angeles’s “underground economy.” Linda fought for workers’ and immigrants’ rights through impact litigation, individual lawsuits, and class action cases, recovering more than $20 million for unpaid and underpaid workers across the state of California.

After moving to Washington and prior to joining Keller Rohrback, Linda had her own firm for seven years, which had a mission of helping others like her – women and minority business owners – to overcome systemic barriers and achieve their highest levels of business success through access to high-quality, client-focused legal services and support networks.

Linda understands how costly and detrimental legal disputes can be for small and midsized businesses and she uses her experience to help companies minimize legal risk and stay out of trouble, including:

•    Advising business owners and HR departments on a wide range of day-to-day and strategic employment and human resources issues, including employee hiring, discipline, and termination, wage and hour questions, worker classification, leave administration, and disability accommodations;
•    Drafting employment agreements (including confidentiality, non-compete, and non-solicitation provisions), severance agreements, and employee handbooks and policies;
•    Conducting pay equity, racial equity, and civil rights audits for companies; 
•    Responding to and investigating workplace complaints, employee demand letters, and federal, state, and local agency audits and investigations.

Linda is licensed to practice in Washington and California, and a significant part of her practice involves working with multistate employers or employers who wish to expand into other states, either intentionally or because COVID has transformed their team into a remote workforce.

In her free time, Linda enjoys traveling, cooking, and enjoying great food with her husband and playful little dog, Eleanor, watching Formula One races, doing puzzles, and reading or knitting by the fireplace with a matcha latte on rainy days in Seattle.

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