Ms. Dillard is a part of the firm’s civil litigation practice group. Her practice primarily involves business litigation, contract disputes, and employment issues. Ms. Dillard is available to assist in all stages of litigation, including action commencement, written discovery, law in motion, and settlement negotiations.
Prior to joining ADLI Law Group, Ms. Dillard was an associate attorney at a boutique firm in Downtown Los Angeles. In this capacity, Ms. Dillard provided general litigation services to civil litigation clients in both state and federal court, served as general counsel for several small corporations, and assisted with
business formation and legal advisement. Ms. Dillard has also clerked for numerous governmental agencies, including the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office and the Los Angeles Office of the Inspector General.
Ms. Dillard received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from California State University, Long Beach, where she was an early member of the First Amendment Scholar program. She then went on to receive her Juris Doctor from the University of Southern California, Gould School of Law, where
she served on the board of the International Refugee Assistance Project and the Student Bar Association. Ms. Dillard is committed to providing high quality legal work to her clients.
ADLI attorney Monisha Coelho elected as Chair of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Litigation Section.
Monisha Coelho, Head of International Practice—India, ADLI Law Group, has been elected the Chair of the Litigation Section for the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA). Previously, Monisha was the…
The Daily Journal features ADLI attorney Anthony McClaren who recently conquered Mount Everest and avoided the fatal 2019 traffic jam.
Anthony McClaren, Head of Labor and Employment for ADLI Law Group recently returned home after summiting Mount Everest only a few days before the highly publicized fatal traffic jam on…
Josh Eichenstein’s article published in The Daily Journal discusses combating IP infringement on social media platforms, particularly how some popular accounts profit using third-party content without a license. The Daily…