Valorie Ferrouillet is an accomplished advocate with over 17 years of experience litigating a wide array of private and public entity matters. Heading the Litigation Department, Valorie is a veteran of jury trials in both the Los Angeles Superior Court and the United States District Court, in addition to a number of bench trials and judicial arbitrations. She has successfully argued cases before the California Court of Appeal.
Over her years of practice, Valorie has amassed experience in defense of multiple practice areas including civil rights, employment, law enforcement, False Claims Act, professional liability, premises liability, personal injury and wrongful death, Business & Professions Code violations and appellate practice.
awareness and sensitivity, and thorough investigation and dynamic strategy. In the employment arena, Valorie has successfully defended and settled matters for employers in lawsuits by their employees alleging discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, and wage and hour violations. Often obtaining results by way summary judgment, Valorie has saved clients the cost of trial and in some cases, obtained defendant attorney’s fees and costs.
Valorie has successfully defended and settled law enforcement cases involving allegations of excessive force, unlawful search and seizure, false imprisonment, prisoner rights, and supervisory and municipal liability.
Valorie has a successful track record with the California Court of Appeal, achieving favorable results in appellate matters in several unpublished opinions.
The proud mother of an Eagle Scout, Valorie served as a volunteer with Boy Scouts of America helping Scouts earn their law merit badges.
Valorie has defended school districts in the growing area of bullying and cyberbullying, an area which requires a delicate balance between