Counsel to Employers
Kevin has 14 years of experience in providing legal advice on employment law issues and conducting workplace investigations. He obtained his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley in 2006, and then worked in the employment law practice group at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, where he represented and advised employers of all sizes and across industries prior to founding Rivera Employment Law.
Kevin’s practice focuses on advising employers in all aspects of employment law, reviewing and drafting personnel policies and documents, investigating workplace complaints, and… read more representing employers in administrative hearings.
- Benefits & Compensation
- Contractor Agreement
- Contractor Termination
- Employee Handbook
- Employee Termination
- Employee Termination Consults
- Employment Agreement
- Employment Dispute Consults
- Employment Policies & Procedures
- Intellectual Property Assignment Agreement
- Non-Compete Agreement
- Non-Disclosure Agreement (Employment)
- Severance Agreement
- Workplace Harassment & Discrimination Claims
- Other Labor & Employment Matter
- Case Law Research
- Other Legal Research & Writing Matter
"I highly recommend Rivera Employment Law. Mr. Rivera prepared a code of conduct for us, and we couldn't be more pleased with the result. Additionally, he completed the work very quickly and was a nice guy who was super easy to work with."
"Kevin is an excellent employment lawyer for businesses of all sizes. He is my go-to attorney for workplace issues."
Rivera Employment Law
Jan 2014 - Present
Kevin’s practice focuses on advising employers in all aspects of employment law, reviewing and drafting personnel policies and documents, investigating workplace complaints, and representing employers in administrative hearings. His clients include those in startups, high tech and life science industries, entertainment, media, law, construction, banking, insurance, hospitality and service.
Sheppard Mullin LLP
Sep 2006 - Dec 2013
Managed and handled all aspects of litigation on behalf of employers, including single-plaintiff actions alleging harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, breach of contract, fraud, defamation, violation of FMLA, failure to pay wages, and wage and hour class actions for overtime pay, meal and rest period violations, and non-compliant wage statements, among others.