Paul C. Minney
James E. Young
Lisa A. Corr
Jerry W. Simmons
Chastin H. Pierman
Janelle A. Ruley
Sarah J. Kollman

Kimberly Rodriguez
Michelle A. Lopez
Sarah K. Bancroft
Megan M. Moore
Rachael B. Tillman
Kathleen M. Ebert
Drew K. Rymer
Barbara E. Hagberg
Marvin H. Stroud
Daniel W. Robertson*
Matejka M. Handley
S. Edward Slabach
Kristopher L. Carpenter
Roger L. Scott
Kevin M. Troy*
Brinkley E. Wilson
Casey L. Hazelhofer
Patricia Cano
Marysia S. Okreglak
Brian T. Geremia

Of Counsel
William J. Trinkle

Lisa Yount
Melanie McAlpine
Sarah Valdez
Lindsey Rogalla
Janelle Jennings
Claudia Gomez
Josie Onishi
Victoria Belasco
Isabel Garcia
Vanessa Gomez
Katy Byrne
Gabrielle Perez

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Marvin H. Stroud

Marvin Stroud’s primary practice areas involve employment and labor law, including representation of charter schools in employee discipline proceedings, administration of leaves, wage and hour claims, defense of unfair labor practice charges and review of employment contracts and handbooks. His practice also involves representation before the Public Employment Relations Board, the Labor Commissioner, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Department of Fair Employment and Housing.

Prior to joining Young, Minney & Corr, LLP, Marvin worked for three years as an associate attorney for a boutique law firm representing public school districts and other public entities.  Marvin addressed a wide variety of education and public law issues while serving in that capacity, including but not limited to: permanent employee discipline proceedings; reduction in force proceedings; Board Member conflicts of interest; and compliance with California open meeting laws.  Marvin has also been involved in litigation involving public entities and has addressed administrative complaints before various agencies, including the Public Employment Relations Board and the Department of Fair Employment and Housing.

Marvin graduated cum laude from the California State University, Sacramento, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Philosophy.  He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, where he graduated with distinction.  While enrolled at McGeorge, Marvin served as a staff writer, and later an editor, for the McGeorge Law Review.  While a law student, Marvin also worked as a law clerk for a variety of state agencies, including the Department of Personnel Administration (now the California Department of Human Resources), the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, and the Franchise Tax Board.

Marvin is a member of the Sacramento County Bar Association.  He is also a member of the El Dorado County Bar Association, where he served a term on that organization’s Board of Directors. Additionally, Marvin served a two-year term on the Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee for Sacramento County.




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