Large and medium-sized businesses rely on Brock Seraphin to help them find efficient solutions to legal disputes involving their employees, clients, competitors, and other companies. Whether he is litigating tort or contract claims, including cases involving issues of employee mobility, or defending discrimination and harassment cases, Brock takes a client-focused, results-driven approach to each matter. A thoughtful and creative litigator, Brock routinely finds ways to dispose of claims against his clients early, considerably reducing their costs and exposure.
Sensitive to the expense and stresses that litigation imposes on businesses, Brock also serves as a trusted advisor to his clients and works with them to identify risks and exposure so that they can anticipate and prevent future threats before they ripen into litigation. As an advisor, Brock counsels his clients on personnel issues, such as employee hiring, discipline, termination, and disability accommodation.
Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Brock was an attorney in the Labor & Employment practice group of an international law firm. Earlier in his career, he defended and advised public entities, including cities and school districts. Additionally, Brock previously served as an Adjunct Professor of the Pro Se Mediation Clinic at Loyola Law School and as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Philip S. Gutierrez of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
During law school, Brock was a Note & Comment Editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review.