FordHarrison Announces Two Leadership Changes

Date   Jan 20, 2022

NATIONAL – FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Aaron L. Zandy has been elected to the firm’s Executive Committee, the firm’s highest governing body and Cory J. King was named FordHarrison’s San Diego Office Managing Partner.

“Aaron and Cory are both proven leaders and assets to the firm,” says Al McKenna, FordHarrison Managing Partner. “They have more than earned these promotions and we are excited for them to assume their new roles.”

Aaron Zandy has successfully represented employers in all aspects of employment law for over two decades. He is a seasoned litigator and represents employers in a wide range of employment litigation matters, including harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour claims. Aaron has extensive experience in traditional labor law, including collective bargaining, union organizing campaigns, and unfair labor practice cases. Also, he is credentialed human resources professional (SHRM-SCP and SPHR) and is passionate about taking the time to truly understand his clients, and more importantly, their workforces. He also serves on the firm’s management and EPLI committees, and is the firm representative on the Business Development Committee for Ius Laboris, the global HR law firm alliance of which FordHarrison is the sole U.S. member. For more on Aaron, visit:

Cory King founded the San Diego office in 2019 and focuses his practice on both providing employers with preventive counsel to avoid employment law risks, and litigating the myriad of employment law claims that employers face. Employers in a diverse range of industries have benefited from his counsel, including automotive, restaurant/hospitality, private security, tech, manufacturing, and construction. Corey is heavily involved in the automobile industry and currently serves as the Labor and Employment Counsel for the California Autobody Association and California Motorcycle Dealers Association and the Human Resources Committee Chair for the Collision Industry Conference. For more on Cory, visit: