Top Rated Employment & Labor
Attorney in Los Angeles, CA
Rodney S. Diggs is a practiced litigator with substantial experience trying
cases to verdict in both federal and state courts. Rodney is Chair of the
Labor& Employment and Civil Rights practice groups. Rodney focuses on
harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wage and hour issues as
well as wrongful death and police misconduct. In 2019, Rodney was
named Top 100 Lawyer in California by the Daily Journal. Rodney was
also named the Most Powerful Employment Lawyer by Law Dragon in
2018 and has been named Super Lawyer Rising Star from 2014-2020.
Rodney represents Fortune 500 companies and a handful of fortune 10
companies. Rodney became a Director at Ivie, McNeill & Wyatt in 2016.
In 2019, Rodney became a named partner when the firm changed its
name to Ivie McNeill Wyatt Purcell & Diggs. Prior to joining the firm in
2011, Rodney clerked for the Honorable Patti Jo McKay, Presiding Judge
for the Appellate Division for the Los Angeles Superior Court.
Rodney Diggs is an attorney at Ivie McNeill Wyatt
Purcell & Diggs, helping people with Employment &
Labor: Employee issues. Ivie McNeill Wyatt Purcell
& Diggs has an office in Los Angeles, California,
serving the local community.
Rodney Diggs was selected to Rising Stars for 2014 -
2021. Rising Stars is an exclusive list of top-rated
attorneys in specific practice areas who were
chosen after thorough evaluation of numerous
In addition to addressing Employment & Labor:
Employee legal needs, he also assists clients with
Civil Rights issues.
Lawyer Rodney Diggs is a practiced litigator with
substantial experience trying cases to verdict in
both federal and state courts. Rodney is Chair of
the Labor& Employment and Civil Rights practice
groups. Rodney focuses on harassment,
discrimination, retaliation, and wage and hour
issues as well as wrongful death and police
misconduct. Rodney is admitted to practice
before the State of California, Central, Eastern
and Southern Districts of the United States
District Courts and the United States Court of
Appeals (Ninth Circuit).