Soo Park concentrates her practice on labor and employment litigation. Soo has deep experience representing employers in a range of labor and employment matters before state and federal courts.
Soo has handled a broad range of cases including wage and hour class actions, Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) representative actions, allegations of wrongful termination, retaliation, whistleblower actions, sexual harassment, trade secrets and unfair competition, failure to provide medical leave, and discrimination based on race, gender, age, and disability, among others.
Additionally, Soo regularly counsels clients on employment issues including wage and hour compliance matters, exemption status, meal and rest break policy, hiring and termination processes, harassment training, and reasonable accommodations, ensuring they comply with state and federal law. She also drafts employment agreements, employee handbooks, arbitration agreements, independent contractor agreements, and various other forms and contracts.
Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg, Soo was with a national labor and employment law firm, where she represented clients in the fashion and apparel, retail, hospitality, construction, entertainment, and health care industries, as well as public entities.
Professional and Community Involvement
Member, Korean American Bar Association
Vice President, Korean American Chamber of Commerce