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Gary Ganchrow

Gary Ganchrow

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA Room: 338

Last Updated: November 8, 2017




Gary Ganchrow is a shareholder at Parker, Milliken, Clark, O’Hara and Samuelian, A Professional Corporation, and a member of the firm's Labor and Employment and Litigation departments.

Ganchrow possesses approximately 25 years of litigation, trial and appellate experience in State and Federal courts, where he has litigated a wide array of employment, business, and insurance matters. His practice also includes advising California businesses, start-up and established, on compliance issues, and representing corporate fiduciaries with respect to issues relating to compensation and legal duties.

Ganchrow’s articles frequently appear in the Los Angeles Daily Journal and trade magazines, and he has served as a speaker and instructor at various legal seminars and MCLE events.

Ganchrow earned his JD at Fordham University, where he graduated cum laude. Prior to law school, Ganchrow earned a BS in Psychology from Yeshiva University, where he graduated cum laude and with top honors in Psychology.
 

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