25 YEARS OF AWARD
“BEST LAWYERS IN AMERICA”
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN
VERDICTS AND SETTLEMENTS
Alicia Olivares has been a litigator for 25 years. She has successfully litigated cases throughout the State, representing California employees against some of the world’s largest corporations, and has achieved life-changing results for her clients. Ms. Olivares does not take short cuts. She is diligent in her preparation and provides the aggressive and superior representation her clients deserve. Ms. Olivares has a breadth of experience that covers all aspects of employment and labor matters. While Ms. Olivares has significant experience in the representation of highly compensated executives in the entertainment, technology, financial, health care, and business sectors, she also represents all California workers and laborers in every industry with equal passion, compassion, and dedication. She helped found the prominent Los Angeles employment law firm, Feldman Browne Olivares, where she was the managing partner for 22 years before launching her own firm, Olivares Law, APC. Ms. Olivares has been routinely recognized by her clients and peers as among the best attorneys in the State. She has been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers every year since 2012 and has been named in Best Lawyers in America by the publishers of U.S. News & World Report every year since 2015.
Thank you once again for the wonderful outcome due to your effort and brilliance! We are elated with the outcome and grateful for the contributions of you and everyone on the team… We are still walking on clouds here… You have a very happy client!
$7.1 MILLION CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT FOR EMPLOYEES AND APPLICANTS OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES DUE TO UNLAWFUL MEDICAL INQUIRIES DURING THE HIRING PROCESS (Ms. Olivares was Co-Class Counsel in Valentine v. County of Los Angeles)
$8 MILLION CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT FOR EMPLOYEES IMPROPERLY MISCLASSIFIED AS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS (Ms. Olivares was Lead Class Counsel in Noe v. AEG Entertainment)
$34.5 MILLION DOLLAR SETTLEMENT FOR SINGLE PLAINTIFF IN GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND UNEQUAL PAY