• University of Pennsylvania Law School
    J.D., 2004
  • Georgetown University
    B.S. Majors in English and Spanish, 1999
Professional Organizations/Memberships
  • American Bar Association

Since beginning her legal career, Erin M. Doyle has focused her practice on employment litigation. Erin has represented employers before administrative agencies and various state and federal courts in employment disputes involving discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, breach of contract, whistle-blower retaliation, misappropriation, and wage and hour claims.

In addition to litigation, Erin counsels clients in all areas of employment law, including employment policies and procedures, employment contracts, severance agreements, hiring and termination decisions, employee discipline and investigations, leaves of absence, employee classification, privacy rights, background checks, misappropriation of trade secrets, reductions in force, drug testing, workplace violence, and numerous other employment law issues that arise under federal, state, and local employment statutes.

Erin provides clients with practical advice for complying with the many laws regulating the employment relationship and avoiding litigation. Whether it involves counseling clients on best practices for effective cost-reduction strategies, harassment prevention and investigations, disability and religious accommodations, or the implementation of wage and hour compliance programs, Erin helps clients understand the law and craft sensible solutions for the increasingly complex environment of the modern workplace.

Erin Doyle received the Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars (2012-2014), Top Attorneys – Northern California’s Outstanding Young Lawyers (2014), and Super Lawyer (2018-2019) recognition as published in San Francisco Magazine.


2019 Northern California Super Lawyers
2018 Northern California Super Lawyers
2014 Northern California Rising Stars
2013 Northern California Rising Stars
2012 Northern California Rising Stars

Erin M. Doyle

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