Cameron W. Fox is a partner in the Employment Law Department of Paul Hastings and Co-Chair of the Los Angeles Employment Law Department. Ms. Fox works in the firm’s Los Angeles and San Francisco offices. She represents employers in all aspects of employment law and labor relations, with a particular emphasis in the technology industry.
Employment Law. An experienced trial lawyer, Ms. Fox has successfully defended employers in jury and bench trials, in arbitration, and on appeal against claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, breach of contract, and defamation. For example, Ms. Fox has secured full defense verdicts in high-profile cases involving allegations of retaliation against whistleblowers, and in cases alleging discrimination and retaliation for political and religious expression in the workplace. Ms. Fox is experienced in handling the press with regard to high-profile cases and claims, and she works closely with her clients on communications strategy.
Ms. Fox also litigates and represents employers at trial in cases involving allegations of trade secret misappropriation, violation of invention assignment and confidentiality provisions, and related business torts. She regularly assists employers with separations of high-level officers and managers, as well as the drafting and negotiation of non-disclosure agreements and employment agreements.
Ms. Fox also has a robust advising practice. She has extensive experience advising employers on the handling of high-profile workplace investigations, and in guiding employers on particularly sensitive matters, such as handling threats of workplace violence and facilitating the workplace transition process for transgender employees.
Traditional Labor. Ms. Fox also represents employers in traditional labor matters, including responding to unfair labor practice charges, election petitions, and organizing campaigns. Ms. Fox has represented clients in multiple unfair labor practices cases before the National Labor Relations Board, including representing employers in cases that have involved lengthy administrative trials. She has also represented employers on appeal to the National Labor Relations Board in Washington D.C. and to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeal.
In addition to her private practice work, Ms. Fox is a deputized district attorney for Los Angeles County.
New California Law Limits Choice of Law and Forum Selection Clauses in IP Agreements
October 04, 2016
The New Federal Trade Secrets Law: Top Takeaways for Employers
May 31, 2016
The EEOC Has Issued Final Regulations Implementing GINA
November 29, 2010
The Employer Provisions of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) Are Now Effective
November 23, 2009
New Federal Rule of Evidence 502 Governs Production of Privileged Materials in the Age of E-Discovery
September 29, 2008
Recognized by the Daily Journal as Top Labor & Employment Lawyers for 2019
Elena Baca, Felicia Davis, Cameron Fox, and Donna Melby were profiled by the Daily Journal for being recognized among the Top Labor & Employment Lawyers for 2019.
July 10, 2019
Recognized by the Daily Journal as Top Labor & Employment Lawyers for 2018
Nancy Abell, Elena Baca, Paul Cane, Cameron Fox, and Donna Melby were recognized by The Daily Journal in their annual series celebrating the Top Labor & Employment Lawyers in California.
July 18, 2018
Recognized by the Daily Journal as Top Women Lawyers for 2018
Elena Baca, Cameron Fox, and Donna Melby were recognized by the Daily Journal in its Top Women Lawyers list, which recognized 100 leading women attorneys in California.
May 02, 2018