Conn Maciel Carey Adds Seasoned Employment Attorney Megan Stevens Shaked to Expand its California Practice

Conn Maciel Carey is pleased to announce that Megan Stevens Shaked has joined the firm as a senior associate in its San Francisco, CA office.  Ms. Shaked, an experienced employment litigator, will represent clients in a wide range of employment-related litigation, and counsel clients on a myriad of legal issues that California employers face in the workplace.

“Megan brings a depth of experience with employment litigation, counseling and training that will enhance the employment law services we provide to employers across all industries,” said Andrew J. Sommer, head of the firm’s California practice.

“Megan is a great fit for the continued growth of our California practice,” said Kara M. Maciel,” a co-founder of the firm and Chair of the firm’s national labor and employment practice.  “California is a prominent base for our firm’s work, and Megan brings deep experience with the full range of employment issues that California employers face”

Ms. Shaked has successful trial experience, and brings a creative approach to resolving tricky client issues.  Those qualities fit perfectly with the Conn Maciel Carey model.  Ms. Shaked added that:

“I was drawn to Conn Maciel Carey by its highly-respected nationwide practice and broad-based experience in employment litigation, counseling and workplace safety.  Leveraging my litigation experience, I am looking forward to working with its attorneys to provide quality legal service to the firm’s clients.  I am excited to join such a successful, dynamic group of attorneys.”

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