Matthew Vazin’s practice focuses on business litigation and employment law.
Mr. Vazin represents clients in a wide range of employment matters including providing advice on compliance with federal and state laws, drafting handbooks, severance agreements, onboarding documents, offer letters, nondisclosure agreements, and termination and release letters. His employment law experience also includes taking depositions, conducting discovery, drafting demurrers and motions to strike, and handling communications with clients and opposing counsel. In addition, he has experience filing new LLCs and Corporations in California and Delaware for clients, including entity formation, drafting of bylaws, new business documents, and operating agreements.
Mr. Vazin has also developed case-handling strategies, drafted various pleadings and settlement agreements, as well as deposed plaintiffs and third-party witnesses.
Mr. Vazin earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of San Diego School of Law, where he served as President of the Criminal Law Society and was a member of the university’s National Mock Trial Team. During law school, he held numerous internships for a variety of law firms in Southern California, and served as a legal extern for the County of San Diego’s Office of the Public Defender. He also served as a post-bar law clerk for a local law firm, where he drafted appellate briefs and conducted extensive research regarding employment protocols and new legislation to advise businesses affected by COVID-19.
Mr. Vazin is fluent in Farsi.