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Custis Law, P.C.

Los Angeles, CA Employment Attorney

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About the Firm

Custis Law, P.C. is an employment law firm in Los Angeles, California, with offices in downtown Los Angeles, Century City, Irvine, and San Bernardino. Attorney Keith Custis has more than 20 years of experience assisting clients with a variety of legal matters. At Custis Law, P.C. Keith assists clients with matters involving wrongful termination, workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour violations, and other employment law matters. As an employee in California, understanding your legal rights can be a challenge. If you don’t know your rights, protecting them can be next to impossible. When you consider that employers often prioritize their bottom lines over treating their employees with the respect they deserve, it is not hard to see why many employees simply give up when they experience discriminatory or other unfair treatment on the job. At Custis Law, P.C., our Los Angeles employment attorney turns the tables in our clients’ favor. With over two decades of legal experience, founding employment law attorney Keith Custis has extensive knowledge of the state and federal laws that protect employees in California. He puts his advocacy skills to work for employees in negotiations, administrative proceedings, and in court. When you come to us, we don’t expect you to know your rights, and we don’t expect you to know what you want out of your legal representation. If you believe you may have been wronged—or if you aren’t sure and would like to find out—we encourage you to contact us for a free consultation.
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Practice Areas

  • Class Actions
  • Discrimination: Age
  • Discrimination: Anti-Discrimination/Harassment Training
  • Discrimination: Criminal History Background
  • Discrimination: Disability
  • Discrimination: EEOC/State Antidiscrimination Agency (FEP) Practice
  • Discrimination: Gender/Sex
  • Discrimination: General/Employment
  • Discrimination: Genetic
  • Discrimination: National Origin or Immigrant Workers
  • Discrimination: Pregnancy
  • Discrimination: Race
  • Discrimination: Religion
  • Discrimination: Sexual Orientation
  • Equal Pay Violations
  • Executive Compensation & Employment Contracts
  • Family & Medical Leave Act/Other Leaves
  • Genetic Discrimination
  • Noncompete Clauses and Trade Secret Litigation
  • School-Based Retaliation (Title IX)
  • Sexual & Other Harassment
  • Wage & Hour/Overtime/Labor Standards/Wage Theft
  • Whistleblower/Retaliation Cases
  • Wrongful Termination
(213) 375-3699

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Keith Custis

Keith represented numerous Fortune 500 companies in consumer class actions and other commercial litigation from 1998 to 2009. Keith worked with the Complex Financial Litigation Group at Choate, Hall & Stewart LLP in Boston until 2001. In 2002, Keith practiced with Stroock, Stroock & Lavan LLP, in Los Angeles, where his practice focused on the defense of consumer class actions on behalf of national banks and credit card issuers. Representative clients included American Express, Citibank, and Washington Mutual Bank.rnrnPrior to founding Custis Law, P.C., Keith also worked with a consumer class action law firm where his work helped recover over $14,000,000 on behalf of his clients and class members. Keith also served as Special Counsel to a litigation boutique where his practice focused on the representation of employees and employers in all facets of individual and class action litigation.rnrnIn 2017, Keith successfully defended a $300,000,000 public contract that had been legitimately awarded to his client—after a competitor filed a protest, arguing that the contract should have been awarded to his client’s competitor. Keith also served as the principal of Custis Law Office, the predecessor to Custis Law, P.C., where he represented employees in wrongful termination and other employment matters, and companies in a broad range of business disputes.rnrnKeith is active in the legal community and holds memberships in several bar associations dedicated to the vindication of employee and consumer rights, including the National Employment Lawyers Association and California Employment Lawyers Association. In July 2018, Keith was appointed to the Editorial Board of the Los Angeles Lawyer magazine, the monthly publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA). Keith also serves as a member of the Dinner Committee of LACBA’s Labor & Employment Law Section, a committee that organizes continuing legal education programs for employment attorneys. More About This Attorney »

Contact Information

Custis Law, P.C.
355 S Grand Ave
Ste 2450
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Phone: (213) 375-3699

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