Ruben Limonjyan’s passion for the employment law field started while still in law school. Ruben clerked at a boutique Plaintiff’s employment law firm in Beverly Hills during the entire latter half of his law school career. Ruben took a heavy liking to this area of the law and took plethora of labor and employment law classes while still in law school. After seeing the difficulties so many employees dealt with at the hands of their employers, he devoted his career to it.
After taking the California Bar exam, Ruben continued his post-bar legal career at NBC Universal Media LLC’s employment law group. It was there that he learned about the strategies and tactics commonly used by corporate defense attorneys. During his time there he, among other things, conducted legal research and trainings aimed at human resources managers on various novel legal issues, helped update harassment and discrimination policies used in training sessions with cast and crew, as well as prepare due diligence analyses for corporate takeovers.
He later joined a boutique plaintiff employment firm in Downtown Los Angeles, where he gained experience as a litigator for employees who had faced mistreatment at work. During his time there, Ruben had taken and defended countless depositions and made numerous court appearances as well as arguments during motion hearings, which ultimately resulted in settlements of dozens of cases, often above the expected market value.
After gaining significant experience in employment law from both sides of the field, Ruben founded Limonjyan Law Group, APC, where he could focus exclusively on employment law and catastrophic workers’ compensation cases and provide the type of services to his clients that they deserve. Ruben is an immigrant from Europe who speaks English, Russian, and Armenian and provides around-the-clock interpreting services for Spanish speaking clients.
The struggles you face are as unfair as they are emotionally draining, and attorney Ruben Limonjyan is here to stand with you to fight for your rights.