William C. Jhaveri-Weeks

William C. Jhaveri-Weeks

As of May 2020:

Bill Jhaveri-Weeks, is the founder of Jhaveri-Weeks Law, a San Francisco-based law office representing organizations and individuals in civil litigation, including class actions, employment claims, commercial disputes, and appeals. Mr. Jhaveri-Weeks frequently speaks and writes on developing issues in litigation, particularly in the areas of class actions and employment law. He clerked for a U.S. Court of Appeals judge, and graduated from Yale College and New York University School of Law. 

Articles written by this author:

Ethical issues in developing a class or collective case

Common questions in the early stages of class cases and the applicable ethical rules

William C. Jhaveri-Weeks
Megan E. Ryan

2016 January


The “opt-out” trap

New battlefront in employers’ effort to avoid class liability through arbitration clauses

William C. Jhaveri-Weeks
Byron R. Goldstein

2016 November


Disparate impact claims in employment and housing

Disparate impact claims in employment and housing

Disparate impact claims have the potential to grow in importance as a tool for reducing discrimination

William C. Jhaveri-Weeks
Anne Bellows

2018 February


Employee or independent contractor?

Employee or independent contractor?

The California Supreme Court’s ABC test in Dynamex nears the one-year mark and there is confusion as to when that standard applies

William C. Jhaveri-Weeks

2019 March


Recent developments in gender-discrimination class actions

Recent developments in gender-discrimination class actions

Gender inequity is still rampant, but plaintiffs are making encouraging progress as demonstrated in these early 2020 cases

William C. Jhaveri-Weeks

2020 June