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  Mandy D. Hexom
Senior Counsel
Direct Dial: 619.515.5403
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Mandy D. Hexom is a Senior Counsel in Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP's San Diego office. Mandy has a broad legal background and currently focuses her practice on labor and employment and civil litigation.

Ms. Hexom is an experienced litigator that began her career hitting the ground running by handling a broad range of business litigation, employment, real estate, and insurance defense matters. She continued the second decade of her career expanding her civil litigation and labor and employment practice to include advising employer clients on risk management, handling internal personnel and employment matters, and drafting employment contracts, policies, and employee handbooks. Ms. Hexom has also represented clients in corporate governance disputes, business and employment contract litigation, construction litigation, and commercial and community association litigation matters. She has handled all aspects of civil litigation and government claims through dispute resolution, trial, and appeal in California state and federal courts.

Ms. Hexom has gained the knowledge and experience to understand and manage the layers and complexities of legal disputes and litigation. She is committed to excellence in her work while developing trusted and transparent relationships with clients and colleagues.

Ms. Hexom has worked in the legal field since undergraduate college at UC Santa Barbara. In 1994, she was an intern with the Santa Barbara District Attorney’s Office and during law school, she served as a law clerk for the Oregon Department of Justice and Marion County District Attorney’s Office. At Willamette University College of Law, Mandy served as the Editor-In-Chief of Willamette Law Online, a novel case summary service that began in 1999 provided to the Pacific Northwest legal community. During law school, she was a member of the moot court trial team, received honors in legal research and writing, and was an Order of the Barristers honoree upon graduation.

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