Allison C. Aguirre
Class Action & Complex Litigation
Bar & Court Admissions
- State Bar of California
- Women Attorneys of M&R (WAMR)
- M&R Diversity, Multicultural and Inclusion Committee
- Mexican American Bar Foundation
- USC Latino Alumni Association
- USC Law Mediation Clinic
- University of Southern California Gould School of Law, J.D.
- University of Southern California, B.A.
An associate in Michelman & Robinson, LLP’s (M&R’s) Orange County office, Allison Aguirre is a member of the firm’s Class Action & Complex Litigation and Commercial & Business Litigation Practice Groups. She has experience in several phases of litigation, such as drafting demand letters, performing legal research, writing client memorandum, drafting motions and briefs, preparing discovery requests and responses, and helping prepare cases for arbitration and trial.
Allison focuses her practice on counseling and litigating on behalf of companies in intricate business and employment disputes. She regularly handles the defense of business tort claims, including breach of contract, California’s Unfair Competition Law, securities offerings, and defending class action litigation. In the employment law context, Allison has counseled clients on matters involving employment discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination. In addition, she has assisted with employment counseling by drafting documents related to hiring and termination practices (e.g. employment and non-compete agreements), as well as advising clients regarding compliance with federal non-discrimination notice requirements.
Prior to joining M&R, Allison was a criminal division extern at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California, where she wrote motions and appellate briefs related to federal criminal offenses. She served as a Family Protection Unit law clerk at the Orange County District Attorney’s Office as well, drafting motions for case consolidation and assisted in pretrial preparation. Before that, Allison served as a civil legal intern at the Orange County Superior Court.
Outside of law, Allison monitored press coverage of BBC-produced television shows and digital entertainment games as a Communications intern for BBC Worldwide, Inc.