Gorev Ahuja is an Associate in the Labor and Employment Law Practice Group. His broad range of experience in different areas of labor and employment law includes wage-and-hour, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, labor-management relations, workplace investigations, unfair competition, class actions, and ERISA matters.
Gorev has conducted workplace investigations (from intake to completing reports), drafted responses to complaints filed with various agencies (including DFEH, PERB, OCR), participated in depositions in discrimination cases and assessed potential witnesses for trial, and drafted and prepared pleadings, motions, responses to and propounded discovery in preparation for trial. Gorev has also observed labor negotiations and worked on ERISA pension cases, including assisting in the administrative appeal process for private and public state and federal pension plans.
Gorev’s background includes significant experience with matters involving schools. He has drafted pleadings for special education cases and represented school districts in special education proceedings, including due process hearings, mediations, and IEP meetings. He has researched and provided advice on laws and regulations that pertain to school districts, including matters relating to students, parents, certificated employees, classified employees, administrators, and board members. Gorev is extensively familiar with the California Department of Education and complaints filed under Uniform Complaint Procedures.
Gorev is biliterate in Hindi and bilingual in Punjabi.
Honors and Awards
- Dean’s Honor List, University of California, Davis, Top 15% of class during each quarter, 2009-2013
- Department Citation for Highest Honors, University of California, Davis, Highest GPA honors for Political Science, June 2013
- Mentor, Northern California South Asian Bar Association
- University of California at Davis, King Hall School of LawJD, 2017
- University of California at DavisBA, Political Science, Psychology, cum laude, 2013