Wayne C. Arnold

Wayne C. Arnold (310) 274-8700 ext. 160
Wayne C. Arnold
warnold@lurie-zepeda.com
(310) 274-8700 ext. 160

Wayne Arnold is an employment and business litigator with over twenty-five years of experience litigating cases in federal and state court. He has handled a wide variety of cases including wrongful discharge cases, discrimination cases, violation of public policy claims, retaliation claims, sexual harassment claims, wage and hour claims, commercial contract disputes, business torts, partnership disputes, intellectual property and trade secret cases, construction and real property cases including commercial landlord-tenant disputes, Americans with Disabilities Act claims, weight and measure violations, and aviation and product liability litigation. His practice focuses on problem-solving while being fully prepared to go to trial. Mr. Arnold is experienced in resolving cases through all forms of alternative dispute resolution, and trying both jury and non-jury cases. Mr. Arnold also counsels employers on employment contracts as well as employment manuals and policies.

Mr. Arnold is resident in the firm’s Irvine office and the Beverly Hills office.

Mr. Arnold comes to Lurie, Zepeda Schmalz & Hogan from Hart, King & Coldren in Orange County, California. Previously, he was a member of his own firm, Arnold & Herzog, and formerly he was a partner in the litigation department of the international law firm of Bryan Cave LLP.

Mr. Arnold graduated near the top of his class from the University of Mississippi Law School in December 1977. He is admitted to practice before all of the state and federal courts in California as well as the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the Orange County Bar Association. Mr. Arnold is “AV” rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available. Mr. Arnold is a past chair of the California Board of Legal Specialization.

Articles Written by Wayne C. Arnold:

“How Many Lawsuits Does It Take to Declare an ADA Plaintiff Vexatious?
Apparently More Than Judge Rafeedie Thought.”
Orange County Lawyer
July 2006

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