Thalia Rofos is a partner in the Orange County office of O’Hagan Meyer. She represents clients in a variety of employment matters including discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, harassment, and the like. She also regularly defends employers in wage and hour class actions and PAGA actions. Thalia has experience defending clients in numerous forums, including state and federal court, and in front of state and federal administrative agencies. In addition to her litigation work, Thalia provides advice and counseling services to employer clients seeking to ensure legal compliance with their employment policies and practices and minimize their future risks of liability.
Thalia is dedicated to securing the best possible results for her clients through strategic and aggressive advocacy. Thalia has obtained favorable defense outcomes at trial, mediation, through confidential settlements, and routine motion practice. She seeks to understand the nuances of each client’s business from the outset of every case so that case strategy is tailored to diligently defend the client with their specific operational needs in mind.
Thalia strives to ensure clients are apprised of changes in state and federal employment laws across the country, updated administrative agency guidance on existing employment laws, and new case law impacting interpretation of state and federal laws. Her goal is to alert clients to the practical impact of these changes on their employment policies and practices to minimize liability risks and foster ongoing legal compliance.