Angela Serranzana, Esq.

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Angela Serranzana, Esq.2018-11-08T20:23:15-07:00

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Angela Serranzana, Esq.

Angela Serranzana, Esq. has been representing clients in judicial and administrative proceedings in the areas of employment and labor law since 2005. She has broad experience working with unions, and individual employers and employees, and has appeared before the California Office of Administrative Hearings, the National Labor Relations Board, the California Labor Commissioner, as well as in proceedings at the trial and appellate levels in state and federal court, and in dispute resolution proceedings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing.

Ms. Serranzana began her legal career in Washington, D.C., as an associate at Guerrieri, Clayman, Bartos, Parcelli & Roma, where she specialized in bankruptcy and labor law.  She moved to Los Angeles in 2010, and, prior to joining Hackler Flynn & Associates, was an associate at Reich, Adell & Cvitan, where she specialized in labor & employment law, as well as education law.

Ms. Serranzana graduated from Northwestern University in 2002 with a B.A. in Political Science, and received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center in 2005.

Ms. Serranzana is a member of the State Bar of California and a member of the Orange County Labor & Employment Relations Association.

Contact: Tel:323.247.7030       Email: Angela@HacklerFlynnLaw.com

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