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Allison M. Scott

Allison M. Scott


WSG Practice Industries


California, U.S.A.


Allison M. Scott is a litigation associate in Dykema’s Labor and Employment group.

Ms. Scott represents employers and management in a variety of employment matters, which involve allegations of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, failure to accommodate, wrongful termination, and wage and hour violations. Ms. Scott also creates employee manuals and develops written policies and procedures to assist employers in complying with state and federal employment laws.

Bar Admissions

California, 2015


Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, J.D., 2015 University of California, Riverside, B.A.
Areas of Practice

Class Action Defense | Dykema Delivers HR Innovation | Employment Counseling | Employment Litigation | FDA Regulatory | Labor & Employment | Litigation | Wage & Hour


Is Wi-Fi Sickness a Disability? California Appellate Court Holds That It Is Under FEHA
Dykema, February 2021

Is Wi-Fi sickness a disability? The California Court of Appeal just said it is in Brown v. Los Angeles Unified School District (2d Dist., Div. Eight), Case No. B294240. In a case that tests the limits of California’s liberal pleading standard, the appellate court green-lighted a claim of a woman who asserted a disability of “electromagnetic hypersensitivity,” or, as the concurring justice put it, “Wi-Fi sickness...

California Employment Law Alert: New Employment Laws Effective On or Before January 1, 2021
Dykema, December 2020

The emergence of COVID-19 has changed the workplace as we once knew it. California employers need to be prepared for unprecedented compliance challenges in recent legislation related to the ongoing pandemic, expanding leave protections, wage and hour compliance risks, and much more. Employers will need to review and adapt their policies and procedures in order to keep up in the coming year with California’s ever-changing employment laws...

Return To Work Guide: An Employer’s Post-Pandemic Handbook
Dykema, May 2020

As many states and municipalities begin lifting stay at home orders and implementing steps for a phased reopening of businesses, employers should be developing a written “game plan” to minimize the risks of transitioning from a COVID-19 complete or partial shutdown to resumption of business as usual, or business in the post-Pandemic workplace...

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