Prior to opening the Reddock Law Group and becoming a full-time neutral in 2011, Angela was an employment and labor law litigator for 15 years. During this time, she represented clients in the full gamut of employment and labor law cases, including wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, public policy and wage and hour claims. She also developed specialties in handling highly sensitive cases hazing and bullying cases involving K-12 schools, colleges and universities. She litigated two of the nation’s leading hazing, wrongful death and personal injury cases involving two top sororities. She also handled the appeal in a high-profile juvenile criminal case involving a wrongful death resulting from teen bullying. As a full-time neutral and investigator for the last nine years, Angela handles similar cases.
As a workplace and Title IX investigator, Angela is certified through the Association of Workplace Investigators. She has extensive experience investigating and mediating traditional workplace claims, along with Title IX sexual assault, hazing and bullying cases for K-12 schools, colleges and universities. She also serves on the Los Angeles County Equity Oversight Commission, a panel of expert employment law attorneys who review and provide insight to the County’s human resources and equity investigations.
In her work as a workplace and human resources consultant and professional, Angela has worked on some of the most compelling projects in Los Angeles, including serving as a co-Administrator for the Project Labor Agreement (PLA) for the So-Fi Stadium where the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers football teams will play; in the wake of the “Me Too” movement, working with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) to assist in updating its member policies relating to the reporting of claims of sexual harassment; and serving as the Compliance Manager for the multi-billion dollar LAMP construction project at LAX. She also has worked in-house in the capacity of General Counsel & Chief Human Resources Officer, among other roles. Angela also conducts diversity and inclusion, implicit bias and preventive discrimination and harassment training.
Beyond her experience as an attorney, Angela has a breadth of experience working in the government, community, and non-profit sectors. She has run for and served in public office. She has served as an appointee on multiple government and public sector boards, including the Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees, the California State Board of Barbering & Cosmetology, the Los Angeles County Small Business Commission, and the City of Los Angeles Transportation Commission.
Angela also has served in executive leadership board roles with such organizations as Ability First, the Brentwood School of Los Angeles, and the Los Angeles African-American Women’s Public Policy Institute (also a founding member of this organization). Currently, she serves on the board of directors for Women in Non-Traditional Employment Roles (WINTER) and continues to serve on the board of SCMA as the Immediate Past President. She also is an Advisory Board Member for the Young Invincibles, Los Angeles office.
Angela is a graduate of UCLA School of Law and Amherst College. She received her training as a mediator from the Strauss Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law. She has been a distinguished fellow with the Coro Foundation of Los Angeles, the German Marshall Fund, and the Jewish Federation of Los Angeles.
Angela is a member of the State Bar of California, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the Southern California Mediation Association (2019 President), the Association of Workplace Investigators, the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section, the California Association of Black Lawyers, Black Women Lawyers of Los Angeles, and the John M. Langston Bar Association. She also is a published author, speaker, and legal commentator.
Angela’s mission is to help employers and employees create great and health workplaces.