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Thomas Lenz
USC Gould School of Law

Thomas Lenz

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: September 25, 2020




Thomas Lenz handles all aspects of labor and employment law issues and heads the traditional labor and National Labor Relations Board practices at Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo. He works with employers in all major industries across California and the West. Lenz is past chair of the Labor and Employment Section for the State Bar of California. He also serves as a lecturer in law, teaching at the USC Gould School of Law.

Lenz began his law practice with the National Labor Relations Board, Region 21, in Los Angeles, where he investigated and tried unfair labor practice cases, ran workplace elections, and acted as an administrative hearing officer. He has been named one of the Top One Hundred Labor Attorneys in the United States by Labor Relations Institute, and received a commendation from the NLRB’s general counsel while an NLRB attorney (1988-1992). He earned his JD from Louisiana State University and his BA from Marquette University. He teaches Labor Arbitration. 

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Annenberg Media ATVN
October 27, 2022
Re: Thomas Lenz

Thomas Lenz was interviewed about the hold on the construction of LA Metro's Purple Line due to numerous injuries. "LA Metro certainly has an interest in exploring this to figure out why are these things happening, what can we do to fix it and get this job done in a safe way.

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