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Adam P. KohSweeney Esq.

Adam P. KohSweeney Esq.

Partner, O'Melveny & Myers LLP

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Adam P. KohSweeney is a Partner in O’Melveny & Myers LLP’s San Francisco office and a member of the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice. Mr. KohSweeney works on matters involving an array of labor- and employment-related issues under federal and state law, including wage and hour class action litigation under the Fair Labor Standards Act as well as state law; litigation and arbitration under the Railway Labor Act; disputes involving employee raiding and misappropriation of confidential information; and arbitration of employment-related disputes pursuant to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s Code of Arbitration Procedure. He represents and counsels a wide variety of employers, including companies in the financial services, hospitality, airline, and construction industries.
Mr. KohSweeney also regularly advises employers regarding how to preserve, collect, and review electronically stored information (ESI). He is the co-author of a recent practice guide which discusses all aspects of the doctrine of spoliation in the context of electronically stored information.

Mr. KohSweeney is also active in pro bono matters and often advises small and not-for-profit employers regarding compensation and employment policies and practices. In addition, before transferring to the San Francisco Office, he served as the Coordinating Attorney for the Los Angeles Office’s Trial Advocacy Prosecution Program, through which junior attorneys gain trial experience.

Mr. KohSweeney received his B.A. and J.D. from Rutgers University.

He is author of Bloomberg BNA Litigation Practice Portfolio Series No. 624, Spoliation in the Electronic Age.

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