Darren Pang is a partner in the Los Angeles office of O’Hagan Meyer. He has extensive experience litigating employment and civil rights claims on behalf of employers in state and federal district courts across California, as well as handling administrative and pre-litigation matters. Mr. Pang focuses on providing strategic, effective, and efficient representation with an emphasis on defending claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, whistleblowing, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and wage and hour violations.
Mr. Pang is involved in all aspects of litigation from inception through trial, including taking and defending depositions, arguing before courts on law and motion matters, defending employers before administrative agencies (including the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Department of Fair Employment and Housing), drafting case dispositive motions, and negotiating settlements. He has drafted numerous successful motions for summary judgment, including in a federal civil rights action arising under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 in Federal Court involving claims of negligence and wrongful death. Mr. Pang has also written numerous successful demurrers and motions to dismiss on behalf of the defense in employment and civil rights cases.
Prior to joining O’Hagan Meyer, Mr. Pang was a partner at two prior esteemed Los Angeles defense firms working on employment, civil rights, and medical malpractice cases on behalf of public entities and private clients.