“The two most important days in your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why.” – Mark Twain
Mr. Epsha attended Michigan State University, receiving his BA in 1992. After a short break, he graduated cum laude from The Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University having been a member of both Law Review and the International Moot Court Team. Since first admitted to the Michigan Bar in 1997 and the California Bar in 1999, Mr. Epsha has represented individuals and companies by counseling his clients in a broad range of both litigation and transactional matters.
Since 2012, he has focused his practice exclusively on employment matters, representing individual employees harmed by their employers throughout the State of California. Mr. Epsha advocates for the protection of the rights of California employees in wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment claims based on race, age, sexual orientation, gender, disability and pregnancy. As well as matters of wrongful termination and retaliation claims for medical or disability leave, pregnancy leave, whistleblower and Labor Code violations, including wage and hour. Mr. Epsha has also devoted significant pro bono efforts to combat homelessness in Los Angeles, including establishing transitional/bridge housing shelters and permanent supportive housing facilities in Los Angeles.
Mr. Epsha is admitted to practice before all state Superior Courts of California and all California U.S. District Courts: Central, Northern, Eastern and Southern.
Outside the office, Mr. Epsha spends time in the great outdoors of California as a trail runner, mountaineer and snowboarder, is a former member of Marin County Sheriff Search and Rescue Team and the Mountain Rescue Association. He is also a licensed real estate broker and published songwriter. He has two children and currently lives in Pacific Palisades.