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Max Sloves

Associate Attorney

Biography

Max Sloves is an Associate Attorney at Matern Law Group, PC. Mr. Sloves’ practice involves representing employees in all aspects of employment litigation.

Mr. Sloves handles wage and hour class and representative actions involving claims related to overtime and minimum wages, meal and rest break violations, improper wage statements, the California Private Attorneys General Act and unfair business practices. Mr. Sloves also represents employees in cases involving claims for harassment, discrimination, and wrongful termination.

Mr. Sloves has additional experience in environmental and land use law, having handled matters involving a wide range of issues, including air quality, water quality, soil contamination, endangered species protection, Prop 65, environmental justice, and assessment of environmental impacts under the California Environmental Quality Act and the National Environmental Protection Act.

Education & Admittance

  • UC Santa Barbara, BA
  • UCLA, MA
  • USC Gould School of Law, JD
  • California State, 2001

In The Community

Matern Law Group is proudly committed to serving the community, whether it is through outstanding legal services or non-profit work. In pursuit of a passion for social justice, MLG also volunteers through The Satyagraha Foundation to support philanthropic collaboration in charitable, educational, environmental, religious, literary, and scientific endeavors.

In addition to Mr. Sloves’ professional admittances, he is an active member of California’s legal community.

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