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A former Employment Law defense lawyer, Attorney Heather Davis possesses unique experience which she utilizes to her clients’ benefit. A fierce litigator with extensive courtroom experience throughout the United States in state and federal courts, Ms. Davis is dedicated to preserving and protecting the rights of her clients.

Ms. Davis was one of the few attorneys who helped to develop law regarding claims brought under the Private Attorney General Act, Cal. Lab. Code § 2699 et seq.A proficient legal advocate, Ms. Davis has obtained millions for those who have been wronged by their employers.


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Lawyer Amir Nayebdadash is a founding partner of Protection Law Group. A knowledgeable Employment Attorney, Mr. Nayebdadash is a seasoned negotiator and highly skilled trial lawyer who has obtained numerous multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts on behalf of his clients.

When not vigorously fighting to protect the rights of Plaintiff Employees, Southern California Employment Lawyer Amir Nayebdadash spends time with his family and friends, travels, plays chess, follows international football, and enjoys craft beers and patronizing eclectic restaurants.


Mr. Clapp is an Associate Attorney with PLG. Mr. Clapp works exclusively for employees on a broad range of employment focusing on class action litigation involving missed meal breaks, rest breaks, unpaid wages, unpaid overtime, and employee misclassification. Mr. Clapp has extensive experience managing wage and hour litigation from intake, law and motion practice including summary judgment and class certification, and discovery including taking and defending depositions. Mr. Clapp also leads the firm’s settlement and approval practice where he prepares matters for resolution by analyzing data and damages, briefing the same, and thereafter preparing preliminary and final approval papers for class action settlements.

Mr. Clapp attended the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, graduating cum laude and serving as the managing editor of the Indiana Law Journal and as treasurer of Indiana chapter of Phi Delta Phi, a national scholastic legal honors society. While in law school, Mr. Clapp served as an intern with the Indiana Attorney General’s office as well as with the Honorable Beverly Reid-O’Connell of the United States District Court of the Central District of California. Mr. Clapp is admitted to practice law in all California State and Federal Courts.


Ms. Gamino is an Associate Attorney with PLG. Ms. Gamino is dedicated to defending and protecting employee’s rights, particularly in class and representative wage and hour actions. Ms. Gamino also has experience representing employees in a broad range of other employment matters, including discrimination, harassment in the workplace, retaliatory matters, and wrongful terminations.  Ms. Gamino also leads the firm’s law and motion practice where she has successfully defeated numerous motions to compel arbitration, prepared numerous discovery motions, motions to remand and motions for summary judgment. Ms. Gamino also assisted in several published appellate decisions championing employee rights.

Ms. Gamino attended California Western School of Law. During her last semester in law school, Ms. Gamino served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Richard E.L. Strauss, at the San Diego Superior Court. Ms. Gamino graduated with a Labor & Employment Law Concentration with Honors in June 2016. Ms. Gamino is admitted to practice law in all California State and Federal Courts and California Court of Appeals.

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Ms. Minne is a Senior Associate Attorney with PLG.  and oversees a substantial caseload dictating the course and direct of the litigation. Ms. Minne has extensive experience in managing wage and hour class and representative actions involving claims for minimum wage and overtime violations, meal and rest break violations, prevailing wage violations, and misclassification. Ms. Minne has also represented employees in harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination cases. A results-driven advocate, Ms. Minne has obtained millions of dollars in recovery for employees working in numerous industries throughout California.

Ms. Minne attended the UCLA School of Law.  While in law school, Ms. Minne served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Enrnest M. Hiroshige of the Los Angeles Superior Court.  Ms. Minne also served as an intern with the California Attorney General’s office. Ms. Minne is admitted to practice law in all California State and Federal Courts.


Mr. Nayebdadash is an Associate Attorney with PLG. Mr. Nayebdadash practice focuses primarily on representing employees in wage and hour class and representative actions matters involving various wage violations including prevailing wages, overtime, meal and rest break, and employee misclassification. Mr. Nayebdadash has also represented individual employees in matters involving sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Prior to joining PLG, Mr. Nayebdadash practiced law in Estate Planning, Probate, Guardianships and Conservatorships where litigated matters involving Probate and Trust disputes and successfully tried numerous cases.

Mr. Nayebdadash attended Chapman University School of Law. During law school Mr. Nayebdadash was a member of the Iranian Law Students Association (ILSA) and served as President of the Land Resources Society. At graduation, Mr. Nayebdadash was also awarded a legal emphasis certificate in Environmental, Land Use, and Real Estate Law. Mr. Nayebdadash also acted as judicial extern for the Honorable James J. DiCesare of the Superior Court of Orange County. Mr. Nayebdadash is admitted to practice law in all California State and Federal Courts.


Jacob J. Ventura is an Associate Attorney with PLG. Mr. Ventura’s practice focuses on representing employees in wage and hour class and representative actions matters. Prior to joining PLG, Mr. Ventura represented clients in multiple states including in California and Massachusetts in state and federal courts in all matters related to class actions, employment, products liability and personal injury. Mr. Ventura was a candidate for the Massachusetts Senate in 2017 and 2018 and has over ten years of experience in federal, state and local government.

Mr. Ventura attended Washington and Lee University School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Ventura served as a law clerked for the United States Bankruptcy Court, the Rhode Island Supreme Court, and the United States House Committee on the Judiciary. He also participated in several international law clinics including promoting access to justice at the United Nations and anti-corruption among the judiciaries in France and Albania. Mr. Ventura also clerked for the defense counsel at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Mr. Ventura is admitted to practice law in all California and Massachusetts State and Federal Courts.