Taylor Morosco represents and advises employers on a variety of labor and employment matters. Her litigation experience ranges from single plaintiff claims to complex class actions, with an emphasis on discrimination, retaliation, harassment, and wage and hour claims. She has successfully represented clients in both state and federal court, as well administrative agencies such as the California Labor Commission.
Taylor also counsels employers on human resources and employee relations issues, including employee handbooks and policies, employee discipline, and compliance with state and federal employment laws.
Prior to joining the firm, Taylor was an assistant attorney general and fellow for the employment litigation division of the Attorney General’s Office for the District of Columbia. As an assistant attorney general, she second-chaired a five-day jury trial and won a defense verdict. She was also a fellow for the Office of Chief Counsel of the Transportation Security Administration.
During her third year of law school, Taylor was selected to be the only student voting member of the Academic Integrity Committee. She also served as a student attorney in the D.C. Law Students in Court clinic and interned for the United States Department of Justice and the Honorable Judge Jennifer DiToro. Taylor was also a member of the Mock Trial Board and Alternative Dispute Resolution Board.
Outside the Firm
Taylor enjoys cooking, running, being outdoors, and traveling.