Wage & Hour and Consumer Class Actions, Personal Injury, Mass Torts and Employment Litigation
Farrah Grant works to vindicate the rights of employees in the workplace on a classwide and individual basis. Ms. Grant represents employees in federal and state court on a wide variety of wage and hour claims, including unpaid wages, meal break and rest break violations, inaccurate wage statements, and unreimbursed work expenses. Ms. Grant has litigated and resolved many employment cases for the benefit of employees.
Ms. Grant joined Setareh Law Group in February 2015. Her practice focuses on wage and hour class actions, PAGA actions, FCRA actions and individual employment cases, especially gender, disability, race, and age discrimination. While attending law school, Ms. Grant was chair of the El Centro Workers’ Rights Clinic and served as a managing editor of the Entertainment Law Review. While a law student, she also worked as a judicial extern in the Central District of California. After law school, Ms. Grant clerked at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Before joining Setareh Law Group, Ms. Grant worked for a boutique employment law firm in Los Angeles.
University of California, Los Angele, School of Law – Juris Doctorate – 2013
University of California, Los Angeles – Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology and English minor, magna cum laude – 2010
Ms. Grant is admitted to the California bar and licensed to practice law in both federal and state courts.
Ms. Grant is a fan of performing arts, and she is a performing member of the Academy of Magical Arts.