Katy Yang-Page focuses on employment law, reductions in force, litigation, and data privacy. She has practiced in large multi-national law firms, government and public interest legal departments and as senior labor and employment counsel and data privacy officer for a global technology company and defense contractor. Her experience includes employment counseling and training on the entire employee life-cycle for non-union and union employees, such as recruitment, compensation, background screens, discipline, harassment, terminations, leaves of absence, unemployment insurance, data privacy, data breach, GDPR compliance, workers compensation, employment-related FAR regulations, outsourcing, and contractor risk and management. She has handled numerous reductions-in-force, reorganizations and employee issues related to mergers and acquisitions. She has also drafted and reviewed the full range of personnel and privacy related policies and agreements. As a trial lawyer she has successfully defended employers in class actions, multi-plaintiff and individual employee lawsuits and administrative proceedings involving harassment, discrimination, retaliation, misclassification, wrongful discharge, and wage and hour disputes.
After a federal district court judicial clerkship, Ms. Yang-Page began her career in Los Angeles, California as an attorney in the United States Department of Justice. Ms. Yang-Page was also a civil rights litigator for the ACLU-Indiana and served as an Adjunct Professor of Law for the McKinney School of Law Indiana University and Concord Law School.