Los Angeles Office
Roger Konia specializes in workers’ compensation defense, employment
litigation, and subrogation recovery.
Mr. Konia has filed petitions for reconsideration and removal that
have vacated unfounded judicial decisions. He has tried cases before
the Appeals Board, and won, on issues of fact and law.
Mr. Konia also defends employment discrimination claims arising
under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and Americans with
Disabilities Act, and wage and hour claims. Mr. Konia has filed
case-dispositive motions (motions for summary judgment, motions to
strike, and motions for terminating sanctions) that have preempted
claims and the need for protracted litigation and trial.
Mr. Konia graduated with honors in 1995 from the University of
California at Berkeley, where he studied Spanish and Latin American
Literature. Mr. Konia obtained his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law
School in Los Angeles, where he received the American Jurisprudence
Award for Legal Writing in his first year of study.
Mr. Konia enjoys playing tennis, lacrosse, basketball, swimming,
hiking, and watching his mostly unsuccessful Philadelphia sports