Brier’s practice focuses on a wide variety of employment and business litigation matters before the state and federal courts, as well as in multiple administrative forums. Her past litigation experience covers a myriad of legal issues, including workers’ compensation, real property, oil and gas and bankruptcy.
Brier Miron Setlur litigates a wide variety of disputed matters and counsels employers in all aspects of employment law, including:
- Wrongful termination
- Breach of contract
- Wage and hour violations
- Class action defense
- Invasion of privacy
- Protection of employer trade secrets and confidential information
- Unfair business practices
- 132a claims
- Serious and willful claims
Brier is actively involved in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and serves as the coordinator for the Bark for Life of Camarillo. Brier also volunteers at the RAIN Project in Camarillo and provides guidance to residents involved in legal matters. She is also an active member of the Ventura County Bar Association, serving as a board member of the Ventura County Barristers Board and a member of the Membership Committee.
Brier graduated from Southwestern Law School in May of 2010. While at Southwestern, she was on the Dean's List and participated in the Student Bar Association. Brier was an associate editor of the Southwestern Law Review and published her article "Federal Common Law versus State Law: Can a Federal Common Law Veil-Piercing Standard for Indirect CERCLA Liability of a Parent Corporation Satisfy the Kimbell Foods Test?" in the 2010 Southwestern Law Review.
Brier earned her bachelor of science in civil engineering from California State University, Sacramento in December of 2005. She practiced briefly as a civil engineer prior to attending law school.
Brier enjoys running and participates in numerous 5k/10k runs in the community. She is also an active student at the Camarillo Yoga Center. A resident of Ventura County, Brier is a seasoned traveler and has visited or lived in numerous foreign countries.