- University of California, Riverside (B.A.)
- University of San Diego Law School (J.D.)
- (858) 290-1989 main
As both outside and in-house counsel, Tracey has represented publicly traded corporations, private companies, senior executives and professionals in complex labor, employment and litigation matters. With over 17 years of combined experience, Tracey spent 11 years practicing complex litigation for two globally recognized law firms and also served as the Assistant General Counsel for a multi-national company, where she was responsible for the overall management of employment, HR and litigation matters.
While serving as Assistant General Counsel, Tracey gained a significant command of labor and employment law. She supported the company’s human resource and employee-relations functions; managed employment-related litigation and administrative claims; oversaw and conducted internal investigations; created, implemented and conducted training on various labor laws and HR policies; and provided advice and counsel to the HR team on benefits, leaves, accommodations, and discipline matters. As a former corporate counsel, Tracey brings a business-centered approach to her practice. She has provided leadership to all levels of the organizations she worked for and has been a trusted partner in developing creative solutions to reduce risk and protect the legal interests of the business.
An accomplished litigator, Tracey has been involved in every stage of the litigation process. She has participated in the highest level of strategic planning and case management on multi-billion-dollar cases. She also has the benefit of having evaluated litigation strategies from an in-house perspective. Tracey has litigated in both state and federal court, has conducted administrative trials/hearings, and has represented clients in arbitrations and mediations. Recognized for her strong writing skills, Tracey has also successfully briefed a case before the United States Supreme Court.
Tracey is a member of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the California Lawyers Association. She is admitted to practice law before the California Supreme Court, federal district courts within California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.