Molly Edgar


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Molly Edgar is a litigation associate in O’Melveny’s San Francisco office. Molly represents clients on various labor and employment matters, including class action wage-and-hour disputes. She has served on teams advising large employers on a series of cases involving meal and rest break claims brought under state law.


Bar Admissions

  • California


  • University of California at Hastings, J.D.
  • Santa Clara University, Bachelor’s Degree

Professional Activities


  • US District Court for the Northern District of California, Honorable Charles R. Breyer

  • Defending Marriott in a putative class action alleging service fee and tip violations that went to bench trial.
  • Represented United Airlines in a class action brought by pilots and flight attendants who claimed their bargained-for pay scheme violated California minimum wage law, winning summary judgment on ground that United’s pay scheme fully complied with California law.
  • Defending United Airlines in a putative class action alleging improper regular rate calculations, meal period violations, and other wage and hour claims.
  • Representing Southwest Airlines in Railway Labor Act litigation.
  • Representing a large corporation with arbitration regarding sexual harassment complaints related to senior talent.
  • Representing FedEx Ground  in a putative class action alleging liability for a variety of wage and hour claims based on a joint employer theory.
  • Representing an American mutual fund company in a wrongful termination action brought by a former employee.