Darrell Miller and Yesenia Gallegos Named Among Most Influential Minority Lawyers by Los Angeles Business Journal

September 12, 2016 – Press Releases

Fox Rothschild LLP is pleased to announce that Darrell D. Miller and Yesenia M. Gallegos have been honored by the Los Angeles Business Journal, which named them among the “Most Influential Minority Lawyers” for 2016.

Miller, who chairs Fox’s nationwide Entertainment Department and serves as office managing partner of the firm’s Los Angeles office, leads a bicoastal team of entertainment attorneys, has built a successful full-service entertainment law practice representing celebrities, top executives and major corporate clients. He personally transformed the careers of many entertainers and remains a trusted adviser to stars who credit him as a central factor in their enduring success, including Academy Award®-nominated actress Angela Bassett, rapper/actor Chris "Ludacris" Bridges and producer and best-selling author TD Jakes, among others.

Miller has earned numerous accolades for his work with many of Hollywood’s top-tier entertainment professionals. This year, he was honored by the Beverly Hills Bar Association as 2016 Entertainment Lawyer of the Year for his impact on the field of entertainment law.

Gallegos serves as co-chair of Fox Rothschild’s Diversity Committee, where she oversees and participates in various initiatives aimed at the recruitment, retention and advancement of diverse attorneys. She was recently named among Latinas of Influence by Hispanic Lifestyle Magazine and as one of the 25 most influential Hispanic lawyers in the U.S. by Latino Leaders Magazine.

A partner in the firm, Gallegos focuses her practice on labor and employment matters and advises clients in areas such as restrictive covenants, wage and hour law, discrimination and harassment, executive employment agreements, leaves of absence and high risk employee terminations. As a litigator, she represents employers in class actions and single plaintiff litigation in both federal and state court, and before state and federal administrative tribunals.