Darin R. Leong represents clients in a wide range of employment and labor matters, including federal and state court litigation of wrongful termination, harassment, reasonable accommodation, breach of contract/non-compete agreements, and other employment claims; discrimination and harassment cases before administrative agencies; negotiation of executive employment agreements; wage and hour compliance; OSHA/HIOSH investigations and compliance; and traditional labor matters such as collective bargaining, labor arbitrations and unfair labor practice charges.
Darin also conducts workplace investigations and provides counseling and training for employers and their supervisory employees to manage personnel issues and comply with various employment laws.
Darin has devoted the past 17 years to representing clients in employment and labor law matters. Darin began his career at Proskauer Rose in New York City, representing a variety of Fortune 500 companies in all aspects of employment and labor law.
Darin returned to Hawaii in 2007 and joined Marr Jones & Wang, a boutique law firm focusing exclusively in employment and labor law. Darin was a partner at the firm from 2013-2019.
In 2019, Darin left Marr Jones & Wang to open his own employment and labor law practice.
New York University School of Law, J.D.
Pomona College, B.A.