Santa Rosa is located in beautiful Sonoma County, the largest producer of California’s wine, 55 miles north of San Francisco. The city has many historic sites and its downtown core is full of shops, restaurants, nightclubs, and theaters. Downtown also features City Hall, various state and federal office buildings, banks, and professional services. Santa Rosa is a charming place to live and work, given the mix of downtown life, wine and farm country, redwood forests, rivers, lakes, and its proximity to the Pacific Ocean.
Todd Ewing joined Hanna Brophy in 1997, bringing with him several years’ worth of experience in employment litigation. He became a partner in 2002 and was promoted to the managing partner of the Riverside office in 2003. He now runs the Firm’s Los Angeles office.
Todd’s practice encompasses all aspects of workers’ compensation defense, including defense of Labor Code section 132a claims, serious & willful petitions, penalties, and CalPERS issues. He has developed a special interest in representing professional sports teams, self-insured employers, and governmental entities.
In 1986, Elizabeth began her legal career with Hanna Brophy as a law clerk during her second year of law school at University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. On December 4, 2010, she was elected as Hanna Brophy’s fourteenth senior partner.
Elizabeth has an accomplished trial practice, obtaining countless “take nothing” decisions before the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, many of which were injury AOE/COE psychiatric cases invoking the good faith personnel action defense. Her clients are primarily self-insured governmental agencies and school districts.
Brenna Hampton is the managing partner of our San Diego office and a California State Bar certified workers’ compensation legal specialist. In 2005, she was admitted to the California State Bar after obtaining her Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law in San Diego, where she earned special designation as a distinguished advocate on the client counseling and negotiation teams and where she served double-tenure as president of the law school’s Women’s Law Caucus.