Cameron M. Peyton
Cameron is an associate in the firm’s Litigation practice group. Cameron has significant experience defending his clients in business and employment litigation. Throughout his career, Cameron has represented businesses in a wide range of disputes, including breach of contract, partnership disputes, corporate dissolution actions, and employment disputes. In addition, Cameron has extensive experience in real estate litigation, including ownership, commercial landlord/tenant, adverse possession claims, easements, partition actions, and real property acquisitions. Cameron represents clients from a diverse range of industries, including banks and financial institutions, the agricultural and food processing industries, tech start-ups, restaurants, and the service industry, to name a few.
In addition to his business litigation practice, Cameron also has substantial experience defending private and public employers in all manners of employment disputes including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour disputes, including PAGA collective actions and wage and hour class actions. Cameron advises private employers and state and local government agencies in a wide range of labor and employment matters, including litigation strategy, compliance, employee termination, and risk mitigation.
Sacramento County Bar Association
Urban Land Institute (ULI)
Northern California Super Lawyers – Rising Stars, 2018-2020
J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 2014
B.S., University of Texas at Austin, Biology, 2011
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