Eli T. Wagner represents clients in all phases of civil litigation with a focus on employment, labor, and intellectual property law. She has handled various charges filed against employers with the California Department of Industrial Relations- Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. She has also represented clients throughout California in claims ranging from discrimination, to wage and hour disputes. In addition, Eli has worked on several licensing and trademark agreements for companies throughout California.
Eli received her J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law with an Intellectual Property Certificate with Honors. While in law school, she served as the Managing Editor for the Intellectual Property Law Bulletin. Eli was also an Articles Editor for the Journal of Law and Social Challenges. Additionally, Eli participated in the Intellectual Property Law Clinic through which she successfully defended her client in an UDRP action involving several trademark disputes.
Eli also spends time doing pro bono work with Bet Tzedek in Los Angeles where she successfully won several Employment Law hearings for underrepresented clients with no means to defend themselves in wage and hour disputes. While working with Bet Tzedek, Eli received the Wiley W. Manuel award for voluntary provision of legal services to the poor.
In her free time she enjoys international travel and exploring new pizza restaurants. Eli is fluent in Spanish and Hebrew.