Managing & Founding Partner
Brent’s practice is focused on representing individuals in employment law cases. Over the past decade, he has represented countless employees at all levels of seniority, from minimum wage hourly employees to senior level executives at Fortune 500 companies.
A Los Angeles native, Brent received his J.D. degree from Tulane University Law School in New Orleans and his B.A. degree from Washington University in St. Louis.
Young’s practice is focused on representing individuals in employment law cases. Over the past decade, he has defended countless number of companies both small and large. He understands the tactics companies and their defense firms use in defending lawsuits. He recently joined Marlis Park to fight for powerless employees.
Young received his J.D. from U.C. Hastings Law School in San Francisco and B.S. in Computer Science from Washington University in Saint Louis.
Chaim J. Woolf
Attorney Chaim J. Woolf is a partner in the highly respected Sherman Oaks law firm of Woolf Nachimson.
At the firm, Mr. Woolf represents the interest of the residents of and businesses in Greater Los Angeles, the nearby San Fernando Valley and the surrounding areas in Southern California. He is a Seasoned litigator who specializes in professional liability, general liability, and employment law.
Sang Hyun Park
Sang has successfully handled hundreds of civil cases at various level. He listens to clients’ needs and fights vigorously to achieve the best result.
Sang received his J.D. from U.C. Hastings Law School in San Francisco.
Diego has successfully handled over a thousand workers’ compensation cases over the last decade. Diego left the one of the largest plaintiff firms in Los Angeles to join the Marlis Park teams fight against workers’ injustice.
A Washington D.C. native, and fluent Spanish speaker Diego has been advocating for the rights of others his entire life.
Hanna Uyen Le
Hearing Representative/Law Student
Hanna wants to become a lawyer to help people who have not been given their fair chance in society. In the meantime, she works at Marlis Park as a hearing representative to assist workers who have been injured or treated unfairly.
Born and raised in Saigon, Vietnam before coming to the US for college, Hanna is bilingual in Vietnamese and has a deep understanding of the Vietnamese culture and people. After graduating business school and working as an accountant in Little Saigon, she noticed that Vietnamese workers were often mistreated because they were not aware of their rights. She wants to dedicate all her efforts to seeks restitution for Vietnamese workers who have been wronged.