TIMOTHY J. DALEY
Timothy J. Daley is a partner in the firm’s San Diego office and a member of the Litigation Department, Labor and Employment Group and the Insurance Coverage Practice Group. In addition to litigating complex personal and business matters (including business torts, breach of contract, real estate, partnership dissolution, debtor and creditor rights, patent and trademark disputes, franchise violations, broker fraud and contractors’ public contract and mechanics lien rights, bankruptcy adversary proceedings and claim litigation, and enforcement of judgments) in both the state and federal courts, Mr. Daley has extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution, including judicial and contractual arbitration, mediation and negotiated settlements. Mr. Daley is adept in advising clients with respect to business transactions and corporate formation, operation and dissolution.
Mr. Daley also represents clients in labor and employment matters. He has successfully defended cases involving wrongful termination, retaliation, harassment, unfair competition and intentional infliction of emotional distress before state and federal courts and administrative agencies (e.g., Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Labor, California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement). He represents clients in matters involving wage and hour disputes, leaves of absence and all forms of discipline and discrimination. Further, he provides labor and employment counseling on important personnel decisions (e.g., discharge of employees, reductions in force, reorganizations and workplace accommodations) and on compliance with state and federal law (e.g., FMLA, ADA, Title VII, FEHA).
Mr. Daley has been admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Southern, Central, Eastern and Northern Districts of California. Mr. Daley is a member of the San Diego Bar Association, American Trial Lawyers Association and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.