Jordan I. Bilbeisi

Jordan Bilbeisi is a partner in the San Diego office. Mr. Bilbeisi regularly advises and assists K-12 and community college districts on a variety of labor and employment matters, including union relations, labor disputes, grievance arbitration, employee discipline and investigations, health benefits, discrimination complaints, and a host of other personnel issues. He has successfully represented districts in unfair practice charge proceedings before PERB, certificated and classified disciplinary proceedings, grievance arbitrations, and discrimination complaints before the EEOC and DFEH. Mr. Bilbeisi also represents and advises districts in all phases of collective bargaining, from table negotiations to impasse proceedings.

Mr. Bilbeisi serves as the editor in chief of F3 NewsFlash™. He oversees and coordinates the firm's legal and communications staff to produce F3's complimentary email notifications regarding current news on legal decisions and legislative updates affecting public education.

A frequent presenter, Mr. Bilbeisi trains K-12 and community college administrators on numerous issues, including labor relations, employee documentation and investigations, administrators contracts, appropriate use of technology, pupil fees, and the prevention and correction of discrimination and harassment in the workplace, among other subjects. In addition to advising clients on labor and employment matters, Mr. Bilbeisi also regularly advises and assists clients in the areas of K-12 and community college governance and constitutional issues, including compliance with the Brown Act, Public Records Act, Free School Guarantee, and First Amendment of the U.S. and California Constitutions.

Mr. Bilbeisi received his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of San Diego School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Bilbeisi served as a judicial extern for Judge William Q. Hayes at the United States District Court for the Southern District of California, where he drafted court opinions. Mr. Bilbeisi received his bachelor's degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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