Why Should You Hire William Crosby Law?

  • Free Consultation
  • Experience counts:  William Crosby, esq. has been representing employees against employers for over 40 years
  • Competent advocacy in both trial and appellate courts
  • Sole practitioner who can give your case the personal attention it deserves

Practice Areas:

  • Employee Consultation
  • EEOC/FEHA Discrimination
  • EEOC/FEHA Harassment
  • EEOC/FEHA Retaliation
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Breach of Contract
  • Wage and Hour Claims
  • Defamation
  • Public Sector Employment Claims
  • Public Records Act Claims

About William Crosby

A graduate of UC Berkeley and Loyola Law School, Mr. Crosby has specialized in representing employees since 1982 when he garnered one of the first “seven figure” verdicts in a wrongful termination case in Orange County Superior Court.  Since then he has represented employees in hundreds of litigated cases, including over 75 trials to jury verdict, as well as four published opinions in the Court of Appeal.  Mr. Crosby has written and lectured on employment law and trial practice, and was the initial Chair of the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA), the preeminent organization representing plaintiffs employment counsel in California.  A long-time member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and the Consumer Attorneys of California, Mr. Crosby has also served on the Executive Committee of the State Bar's Labor & Employment Law Section. 


A passionate advocate for workplace justice, as well as the virtues of the civil justice system, Mr.
Crosby has authored numerous articles dealing primarily with these subjects in the Los Angeles Daily Journal.  Among his published articles are:

“Workplace Fairness: Statutory Reform is Needed"

“California Should Do More to Protect Long-Term Employees”

“Wrongful Termination and Defamation by Self-Publication”

“Legislation to Prevent Workplace Bullying is Long Overdue”

“Merit Principle Reform Needed for Private Sector Employment”

“It's Time to End At-Will Employment”

“A More Just Workplace”

“Revisiting Public Policy Regarding Employment Law”

“It's Time for California to Enact ‘Just Cause' Legislation”

“It's Time to Revisit ‘Kangaroo Court' Workplace Due Process”

“Ruling Broadens Public Policy in wrongful Termination Claims”

“The Court of Star Chamber: Lessons for Judges”

Mr. Crosby is also the long-term author of the “Action Guide” for Wrongful Termination published by Continuing Education of the Bar.


Recognized by Super Lawyers So Cal for his expertise in employment law.

Top Gun Award from Orange County Lawyers Association 2002

Top Gun Award from Orange County Lawyers Association 2011