Daniel T. Ho

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Top Rated Employment Litigation Attorney in Burbank, CA

Daniel T. Ho & Associates, P.C.
2600 West Olive Ave., Suite 500
Burbank, CA 91505
Phone: 213-300-0160
Fax: 818-333-5304
Email: Daniel T. Ho
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2018 - 2022
Licensed Since: 1999
Practice Areas: Employment Litigation: Plaintiff (30%), Employment Litigation: Defense (30%), Employment & Labor: Employee (20%), Employment & Labor: Employer (20%)
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Daniel T. Ho has over twenty-one (21) years of experience prosecuting and defending employment litigation.  Mr. Ho practiced employment litigation at two renowned global law firms, after which he served for six years as Senior Litigation Counsel (Employment) with NBCUniversal. There, Mr. Ho handled broad responsibilities involving the defense of TV-related and corporate employment litigation.  Mr. Ho is also a former partner in a successful boutique employment law practice consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the Best Law Firms in the country.

Mr. Ho serves as lead counsel in *both* the prosecution and defense of employment-related litigation. The claims generally involve, but are not limited to, allegations of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation under Title VII and the Fair Employment & Housing Act (FEHA); whistleblowing retaliation; disability discrimination and reasonable accommodation; employee misclassification; wage-and-hour disputes (including PAGA and class actions); and disputes involving non-solicitation and “anti-raiding” agreements.

Mr. Ho's broad experience gives him a unique perspective as an attorney - whether representing employees or employers. Because he has worked regularly with insurance carriers, Mr. Ho also also has a unique understanding as to the impact of EPL, D&O, and other insurance policies on employment litigation. 

Mr. Ho is also a published employment law author and regular participant in high-level conferences on employment law.  He has published a number of articles on emerging employment law issues, served as Employment Law contributing editor for Attorney-at-Law magazine, and participated in invite-only conferences such as the Daily Journal’s Employment Law Roundtable.  He also regularly tracks of employment law issues pending before the California Supreme Court.

Please contact the firm at 818-333-5282 or [email protected] to schedule a free consultation. 

About Daniel T. Ho

Admitted: 1999, California

Professional Webpage: http://dthassociates.com/


  • Won dismissal by summary judgment of a former employee’s claims of race and gender discrimination. (After Dan’s persuasive oral argument, the federal court reversed its tentative ruling in favor of the employee and dismissed the plaintiff’s claims.) The decision was affirmed on appeal
  • Won dismissal of broad wage-and-hour claims in a class action, forcing the plaintiff into a low, five-figure settlement, a minor fraction of the potential judgment against the employer
  • Won appeal affirming the dismissal on summary judgment of claims of reverse race discrimination
  • Settled TV station employee’s claims of gender discrimination for less than what the employer had offered her in severance
  • Won dismissal on the pleadings of claims of fraud and breach of contract by a former production executive
  • Settled federal wage claims brought by a former IP employee for four-figure amount, successfully managing a potential serious suit into a nuisance value settlement


  • Award for finalist in University of Chicago moot court finals., The Thomas Mulroy Prize for Appellate Advocacy, University of Chicago, J.D., 1998

Scholarly Lectures/Writings

  • Employers commonly ignore the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), wrongly thinking that it protects only unionized employees. To the contrary, an employer taking adverse action against a non-union employee, or adopting a policy that the National Labor Relations Board finds unlawful under the NLRA, may subject the employer to serious consequences., NON-UNIONIZED EMPLOYEES AND THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT, Attorney at Law Magazine, 2016
  • In Kilby v. CVS Pharmacy, the California Supreme Court attempted to clarify the meaning of the “suitable seating” requirement that the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement has promulgated in each and every one of its wage orders.  The requirement specifically states that, “All working employees shall be provided with suitable seats when the nature of the work reasonably permits the use of seats.”, YOU MEAN OUR BARTENDERS MUST BE GIVEN SEATS?, 2016
  • The Daily Journal held a Labor & Employment Roundtable (2017) in which experienced employment law counsel discussed employment law in the Trump era, pay equity, LGBTQ discrimination, and medical marijuana accommodation.  , Panel Expert, Labor & Employment Roundtable 2017 (Daily Journal), Daily Journal, 2017
  • In addition to changes to various state and federal employment laws, Los Angeles Metropolitan Area employers will face some additional challenges in 2017 — a new restriction on investigating job applicants’ criminal records as well as municipal minimum-wage increases., LOS ANGELES METROPOLITAN AREA EMPLOYERS FACE SPECIFIC NEW RULES IN 2017, Attorney at Law Magazine, 2017
  • The stunning rise of Donald Trump to the presidency, effective Jan. 20, 2017, may result in a seismic shift in federal employment law, administrative enforcement, immigration policy, and health care requirements imposed on employers. Dramatic shift s may or may not happen immediately. There is no way to predict the impact of the new administration on employment law with certainty. Below are some of the issues that employers should keep an eye on., A BIRD’S EYE VIEW: TRUMP AND EMPLOYMENT LAW, Attorney at Law Magazine, 2017

Industry Groups

  • Construction
  • Entertainment
  • Financial Services
  • Hospitality
  • Information Technology
  • Medical Professionals
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Retail
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Office Location for Daniel T. Ho

2600 West Olive Ave.
Suite 500
Burbank, CA 91505

Last Updated: 7/10/2021

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