Guillermo M. Tello

Member, Clark Hill Law

Guillermo Tello litigates labor and employment claims involving wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, wage and hour disputes, as well as business and commercial claims. Guillermo is experienced in representing clients in litigation in addition to providing advice and counsel. His litigation experience ranges from single plaintiff actions to class and representative actions. Matters handled by Guillermo include employment claims of wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, wage and hour and prevailing wage disputes as well as business and commercial litigation, construction disputes, and public entity defense. His litigation experience includes obtaining full defense jury trial verdicts and arbitration awards. 

Guillermo serves as Chair of the firm’s COVID-19 Employment Litigation Task Force. He has also served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Western State College of Law in Irvine, California. He has taught Sales, a course devoted to Commercial Law and more specifically Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code, and an elective Business Law Ethics course. 

Guillermo is also actively involved in the local legal and business community. He serves as Deputy President for Region XVIII of the National Hispanic Bar Association. He has served as the CFO and Vice President of the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association and continues to serve on the Judicial Evaluations and Scholarships committees. Guillermo also actively participates in the Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.