AREAS OF PRACTICE
Wage & Hour
Wage-Related Class Action Claims
Wage-Related Private Attorney’s General Act Claims
Unpaid Minimum Wage, Overtime & Double Time Wage
Independent Contractor Misclassification
Missed Meal & Rest Break Claims
Paycheck Stub Violation Claims
Failure to Provide Final Paycheck
Failure to Reimburse for Business Expense Claims
University of the Pacific,
McGeorge School of Law
Mr. Shah is a Founding Partner of Shah Sheth LLP. Prior to founding Shah Sheth LLP, Mr. Shah was an associate at three national law firms – Littler Mendelson P.C., Buchalter Nemer, and Greenberg Traurig, LLP – where he practiced Labor and Employment Law and Business Litigation.
At Shah Sheth LLP, Mr. Shah focuses on his Employment Law practice and has vast experience dealing with matters involving workplace harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, invasion of privacy, wage and hour violations, and discrimination (including sex, pregnancy, and age discrimination). Mr. Shah represents both entities and individual plaintiffs and defendants in disputes involving the above Employment Law matters, among others, and he also assists entities and individuals in the preparation and review of documents pertaining to employment.
Mr. Shah has expanded his practice to include, and had gained extensive experience in, Personal Injury Law, and serves as lead counsel in all of Shah Sheth LLP’s Personal Injury litigation matters.
Mr. Shah earned his undergraduate degree, with Cum Laude Honors, from the University of California, Irvine in 1997 where he majored in Economics and minored in Psychology. Mr. Shah earned his Juris Doctorate degree, with Honors, from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, in 2000, graduating within the top 15% of his class. At McGeorge, Mr. Shah won the American Jurisprudence Award for earning the highest grade in his class for Legal Research and Writing, was a semi-finalist in the Moot Court Oral Argument Competition, and achieved the Dean’s Honor List during all three years of his attendance.