Sehreen Ladak is an associate in the Labor & Employment Department. She represents clients in a wide range of employment matters, including state and federal litigation, arbitration, and class actions on wage and hour, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims. Sehreen has experience managing every aspect of litigation, including taking and defending depositions, arguing discovery and dispositive motions, and leading trials and labor arbitrations.
Sehreen also advises clients on various employment issues, including wage and hour compliance, onboarding procedures, employment and separation agreements, handbooks, and workplace accommodations.
In addition, Sehreen has experience in evaluating labor and employment issues in connection with corporate transactions and partners with her colleagues in corporate and executive benefits departments to provide the highest level of service. She also regularly leads employee trainings on workplace conduct and has been published in trade journals on a variety of employment law topics.
Sehreen’s clients come from a broad spectrum of industries, such as transportation, entertainment, healthcare, financial services, and retail. She leverages her experience to provide highly efficient, yet thoughtfully bespoke solutions to address her clients’ unique needs.
During law school at USC, Sehreen was the Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice’s Executive Submissions Editor and served as a judicial extern for an administrative judge at the E.E.O.C.
Sehreen was selected to be a Protégée for Proskauer’s Women Sponsorship Program, an initiative for high performing midlevel lawyers that champions emerging leaders. She also serves as a member of the Firm’s Associate Council and Asian Lawyer Affinity Group.