Richard Vaznaugh, Principal
Since 1994, Mr. Vaznaugh has represented employees in claims against their employers. His current practice is exclusively dedicated to the representation of employees in civil litigation and he offers excellent and vigorous representation against large and mid-sized employers and any opposing counsel
University of California, Hastings College of Law
Juris Doctor, 1994
Associate Editor, Hastings International and Comparative Law Review.
Certificate: Public Interest Scholar.
University of California at Berkeley
Member, California Employment Lawyers Association. 2001 to present; Member, Legislative Affairs Committee; Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure Task Force.
Member, State Bar of California, Employment and Labor Law Section.
Associate Member, McFetridge Inn of Court 2000-2002.
“How Cultural Differences Affect Perceptions At Work and In Court.”
California Employment Lawyers Association Annual Conference, Pasadena, CA, October 2008.
Author, Note, Environmental Muscle for the North American Free Trade Agreement, 17 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review, 207; multiple journalistic publications for The Modesto Bee, The San Francisco Business Times, The Wenatchee World, and other newspapers.
Fluent in Spanish, conversant in Portuguese.
Mr. Vaznaugh lives in San Francisco, California with his wife Emma Sanchez-Vaznaugh, ScD and their two young children. Ms. Sanchez-Vaznaugh is an affiliated faculty at UCSF’s Center on Social Disparities in Health and Associate Professor at San Francisco State University. Mr. Vaznaugh’s roots in the Bay Area go back four generations and more than 100 years to his great-grandfather Fred Vaznaugh.