B.A. University of California at Berkeley 1972, Cum Laude
J.D. UCLA School of Law 1975
Glenn has practiced labor law exclusively since 1975. Member, Public Employment Relations Board Advisory Committee; Chair, Labor Law Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1988-89; Chair, State Bar Labor and Employment Law Section, 1992-93. Lectured on public and private sector collective bargaining for University of San Diego School of Law, Public Law Section of the State Bar of California, State Bar Labor and Employment Law Section, UCLA Institute of Industrial Relations, AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee, Orange County Industrial Relations Research Association, and American Arbitration Association. Member, California Commission for the Review of the Master Plan for Higher Education, 1986-87. Contributing author, California Public Sector Labor Relations (Matthew Bender 1990). Consultant,
Pocket Guide to Unfair Practices: California Public Sector (CPER, 1992); Consultant,
California Administrative Mandamus (CEB, 2d ed. 1989). Member, Board of Directors of the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, 1994-97. Member, Senator Barbara Boxer's Judicial Advisory Committee (Central District of California), 1999-2001. Regional Coordinator for national Election Officer appointed under Consent Decree between U.S. and International Brotherhood of Teamsters, 1994-95. Staff counsel, United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO, 1975-78.
Anthony R. Segall
B.A. Yale University 1977, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa
J.D. Boalt Hall School of Law 1981, Order of the Coif
Tony has practiced labor and employment law exclusively since 1981, and joined in founding the firm in 1992. He is a frequent speaker on public and private sector labor law, including at Stanford University, UCLA, UC Irvine, USC, the American Bar Association, the National Academy of Arbitrators, the AFL-CIO Lawyers' Coordinating Committee and the Federation of European Screenwriters. Tony's publications include "The Wrong Pocket: Union Liability for Health and Safety Hazards," 4 Industrial Relations Law Journal 390 (1981); and "Strike Zone,"
Los Angeles Lawyer, Vol. 24, No. 2 (April 2001).
Tony's areas of expertise include entertainment industry labor relations, construction industry labor law, and legislative advocacy and drafting. He was chosen by the California Judicial Council to train judges on the application of the Trial Court Employment Protection and Governance Act, which he helped draft in 2000.
Tony is listed in Best Lawyers in America, and has been designated a "Southern California Super Lawyer" in every year since 2004. In 2012 and 2013, the
Daily Journal included him on its list of top labor and employment lawyers in California. In 2007, the
Hollywood Reporter named Tony to its list of Top 100 Power Lawyers. Since 2005, Tony has served as General Counsel to Writers Guild of America, West, Inc.
B.A. University of Michigan 1972
J.D. Boalt Hall School of Law 1975
Ellen has practiced labor and employment law exclusively since 1975. Chair, Labor and Employment Law Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1998-99; Chair, Los Angeles County Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section Symposium Committee, 1995; Member, State Bar Labor and Employment Law Section, Executive Committee; Member, Coalition of Labor Union Women. Lectured on collective bargaining for the UCLA Institute of Industrial Relations, AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee, Orange County Industrial Relations Research Association, and Los Angeles Trade Technical College. Member, Board of Directors, 1981 to present, ACLU of Southern California; Member, Board of Directors, ACLU Foundation of Southern California; Chair, ACLU/SC Workers' Rights Committee. Staff counsel, United Farm Workers of America, 1976-79, and International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1979-80.
Jonathan M. Cohen
B.A. UC Santa Cruz 1997, Phi Beta Kappa
J.D. UCLA School of Law 2004, Program in Public Interest Law & Policy, Order of the Coif
Judicial Clerk, Hon. Harry Pregerson, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, 2004-05; Extern Clerk, Hon. Stephen Reinhardt, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Fall Semester, 2003.
B.A., B.S. Stanford University 2000, with Honors
J.D. Boalt Hall School of Law 2006
Judicial Clerk, Hon. James E. Duffy, Hawaiʻi Supreme Court, 2006-08. Editor-in-Chief, Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law. Author, "The Worker Center Movement and Traditional Labor Law: A Contextual Analysis," 30
Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 232 (2009).
Prior to joining the firm, Eli was a Fellow in the legal department of the Service Employees International Union, where he provided assistance to national campaigns to organize food-service workers and security guards.
Michele Sherer Ancheta
B.A. University of Michigan, 1988
J.D. Loyola Law School, 1997
Since 2001, Michele has practiced labor law exclusively, with an emphasis on ERISA actions. Prior to that, she practiced in the area of general civil litigation. Michele was a Loyola Public Interest Law Foundation Grant recipient in 1995, leading to an internship at HERE Local 11 and her current focus on labor-related issues.
Maria Keegan Myers
B.A. Columbia University, 2000
J.D. UCLA School of Law, Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, 2009
Extern Clerk to Hon. A. Howard Matz, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
For six years before entering law school, Maria worked as a union organizer for the Service Employees International Union, Local 535, a statewide local representing health care and social services workers throughout California. Maria organized unrepresented workers in various industries in the private and public sector, developed contract campaigns, and negotiated collective bargaining agreements for bargaining units in Southern California.
Daniel B. Rojas
B.A. UC Santa Barbara 2008
J.D. Stanford Law School 2012
Before joining the firm, Daniel served for two years as a field attorney in the Phoenix office of Region 28 of the National Labor Relations Board, where he was responsible for investigating and prosecuting charges of unfair labor practices and conducting elections to determine employees' union representation preferences.
Hannah S. Weinstein
B.A. Carleton College 2009, Phi Beta Kappa
J.D. UCLA School of Law 2014, Program in Public Interest Law & Policy and Specialization in Critical Race Studies
While in law school, Hannah clerked for the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles's Employment Unit, the Legal Unit of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Los Angeles District Office, and the plaintiff-side civil rights firm Traber & Voorhees.