Hardeep Singh Rekhi is an owner and partner of Rekhi & Wolk, P.S. His practice focuses on individual employee rights as well as class action wage and hour litigation. He has been an attorney for over 15 years. Prior to becoming an attorney, he attended Whitman College, in Walla Walla, Washington. Mr. Rekhi earned his law degree at Tulane Law School, Cum Laude. After law school he came back to Seattle to start his legal career.
Mr. Rekhi’s practice encompasses all aspects of federal and state civil rights litigation with respect to employment, including discrimination, wrongful termination, failure to accommodate, and sexual harassment. His practice includes representing employees to recover for unpaid wages, including overtime. Since his first days as a lawyer, he has practiced in the employment law sector. He began his career defending employment claims made against larger companies. Soon thereafter, he shifted his focus to representing employees. His diverse experience allows him to better represent his clients.
Mr. Rekhi has been recognized by his peers as dedicated to providing excellent representation. He was presented the Carl Maxey Award in 2012. From 2013 to 2021 he was selected as a “super lawyer.” He was the editor of the first edition of Civil Rights Desk Book. He has also co-authored the Race Discrimination chapter in the Employment Law Desk Book.
Even outside the office, Mr. Rekhi is dedicated to advocating for a fair judicial systems for individuals. Currently he sits on the board for the Washington Employment Lawyers Association (WELA), an organization of plaintiffs’ employment lawyers. He is also a board member for at Washington State Association for Justice. He has served as a Pro Tem. He currently serves as commissioner for the Seattle Ethics and Election Commission.
With a demonstrated commitment to social justice, Hardeep strives to serve his community through vigorous advocacy with a human touch. He cares deeply about the rights of all people to be free of discrimination and believes in the power of the law to effect positive change.
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