Ken Nabity serves every client – individual or corporate, big or small – as a tireless advocate and problem-solver.
With a history of high-stakes trial victories, quiet resolutions, and day-to-day operational counseling, Ken recognizes that no two clients are the same, and tailors each engagement to best accomplish the client’s strategic objectives. Ken’s litigation experience covers many areas of the law, including employment law, privacy matters, First Amendment and civil rights, and complex business disputes.
In the employment context, clients rely on Ken’s experience representing employees and employers alike to navigate every stage of the employment relationship and find practical solutions to California’s complex employment law landscape. Ken regularly defends public and private employers in state and federal court and private arbitration against discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, wage and hour, and whistleblower retaliation claims. Ken also represents executives and employers in complex business and partnership disputes, including non-competition, non-solicitation, and confidentiality disputes.
Many of Ken’s matters have been extensively covered in the press, including successful, high-profile trials on behalf of and defending against whistleblowers, a major settlement on behalf of a couple falsely accused by law enforcement of faking their kidnapping, and others. But with the ability to navigate in the public arena, Ken also recognizes that certain matters are best handled quietly, and regularly advises clients to avoid unnecessary, stressful, and costly disputes.