Bob Yonowitz, Labor & Employment Partner

Bob Yonowitz, Labor & Employment Partner

Bob Yonowitz is a partner in the Irvine office of the national law firm of Fisher Phillips, one of the oldest and largest firms in the US practicing exclusively in labor and employment law representing management.

Prior to practicing law, he also worked for the United States Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Courts. Bob has deep experience in many aspects of labor and employment law including litigating harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, and wage hour class action claims, drafting key executive employment agreements and incentive compensation plans. Bob provides counselling to new and long-standing businesses on how to operate their businesses in California while avoiding the pitfalls of employment litigation. He is also the co-chair of the firm’s Employee Defections and Trade Secrets Practice Group helping companies protect and defend their trade secrets and other competitive data from theft by employees who leave to join competing enterprises.

He is a member of the California Bar, and the Labor and Employment Law Section of the American Bar Association. Bob has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America in 2019 – 2021.


Company: Fisher Phillips
Address: 2050 Main Street | Suite 1000 | Irvine, CA 92614
Phone: 949-798-2113
Categories: Legal, Business


Bob Yonowitz’s FAQs

We provide customized handbooks and onboarding templates. We provide a kit for hiring new employees that has all required forms. We provide training on harassment and discrimination prevention and how to implement effective hiring, discipline and termination practices for supervisors and management. We provide guidance on all required wage and hour practices. We provide immigration services. We provide evaluations of existing employment agreements and confidentiality agreements. We provide COVID related compliance information. We provide day to day guidance on all hiring firing and discipline decisions.
It depends on what state the employee will reside but if its California the answer is no. However, California will allow agreements that protect confidential information and trade secrets.
Yes they are and we help clients with taking all the right steps to protect company confidential and trade secret information.


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