Lloyd Loomis, J.D., has practiced labor and employment law for over 35 years. He currently serves as a Los Angeles County Superior Court Commissioner and is assigned to the San Fernando Courthouse. His labor and employment practice included a wide variety of employment law issues involving both employment litigation and counseling. Mr. Loomis’ litigation experience includes class action discrimination and wage hour matters as well as claims brought by individuals involving wrongful termination, age, race, sex and national origin discrimination, sex harassment and drug testing. Mr. Loomis was licensed to practice law in California, Missouri and Illinois. Mr. Loomis has contributed to numerous labor and employment law texts and journal articles.
1992 appointed by Governor Wilson to the California Workers’ Compensation Fraud Assessment Commission (reappointed in 1995 and 1998).
1994 appointed by NLRB Chairman Gould to the NLRB Advisory Panel (Management)
1996 appointed by the Chair of the EEOC to serve on the committee responsible for developing proposed regulations for the Older Workers Benefits Protection Act.
1997elected to the American College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.