ABIGAIL HUDSON litigates on behalf of employers in both class and individual actions, defending against allegations of wage and hour violations, misclassification, and discrimination. Abigail’s experience spans all stages of litigation, from initial fact investigation and drafting pleadings, through discovery and motion practice, to trial. She also regularly counsels on various employment issues, including compliance with California employment laws. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Abigail has advised clients across a wide range of industries on compliance with the evolving COVID-19 restrictions. Additionally, she assists in conducting independent workplace investigations on a wide range of issues, including sexual misconduct and equal pay. Abigail also assists her law school trial team as an alumni coach.
Abigail was managing editor for the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review while at Loyola Law School. She served as an extern to the Honorable Manuel L. Real of the United States District Court, Central District of California.