The national labor and employment law firm Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP is pleased to welcome two new attorneys to its Los Angeles office.

Denica Anderson has joined the firm as senior counsel. Anderson brings nearly a decade of experience in labor and employment law and complex commercial litigation, having previously worked for Sanchez & Amador, as well as Sidley Austin. Most recently, she served as founder and CEO of an education-focused startup social venture. Anderson received her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Southern California, and also holds an MNA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Nancy Sotomayor has joined the firm as an associate after spending three years at plaintiff-side attorney for two California firms. Sotomayor received her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of California Irvine.

The 175-member national employment law firm, which has opened three offices and hired more than 30 attorneys in California over the past four years.

“These latest hires continue our aggressive growth in this key market,” said Ken Sulzer, who leads Constangy’s California offices. “What happens here sets the pace for employment law developments across the country, so having a strong, knowledgeable presence here is a must for our clients, not just in California, but around the world.”


About Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP:

Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP offers a wider lens on workplace law. We have counseled employers exclusively since 1946. With offices in 15 states, we are one of the largest labor and employment law practices in the U.S. Constangy holds a national Tier 1 ranking from the U.S. News & World Report/Best Law Firms survey, and has been called a “go to” law firm by Corporate Counsel and Fortune magazine. Many of our attorneys have been recognized by leading authorities such as Chambers & Partners, Best Lawyers in America and Martindale Hubbell. Find out more about us online at or follow us on Twitter @ConstangyLaw.

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