Contact us at (888) 969-7404 if you have a problem related to employment or consumer law. Our attorneys have a wealth of training and experience. Put it to use for you. Navigating the nuances of California law regarding the employer-employee relationship can be difficult for lawyers and overwhelming for non-lawyers. We hire great attorneys and train them to be superb attorneys. When you retain ILG Legal, you can rest assured that our attorneys will analyze your options, research the implications of each option, describe all reasonable approaches to you along with the corresponding risks, and let you decide which option best fits your needs and risk profile. Our attorneys will take a holistic look at your options and ensure you understand them before making the ultimate decision.
STEPHEN NOEL ILG, ESQ.
At NYU Law, the number six law school in the country, Stephen was a Dean’s Merit Award Scholar all three years. He was the only graduate in 2010 who earned an award in every Oral Advocacy competition and was elected to serve as a coach of NYU’s Moot Court team.
Towards the end of law school, he compiled all the knowledge he had gained over several years as an LSAT teacher and Admissions Consultant and co-authored “The Busy Applicant’s Guide to Getting Into Law School,” which reached as high as number 7 on Amazon’s bestseller list for its category.
Upon graduation, he returned to the class action law firm where he had worked as a receptionist then legal assistant before law school. In 2012, he made headlines for winning a hotly contested motion after multiple oral arguments and seven written briefs based almost exclusively on a little-known doctrine that he termed “timing choice of law.” The argument largely depended on a single case from 1927. One headline read, “L.A. Superior Court Approves of Young Attorney's ‘Timing Choice-of-Law.’”
In 2011 and 2013, the San Francisco Bar Association named him Outstanding Volunteer in Public Service. In 2015 and 2016, he was given Avvo’s Client Choice Award in Employment Law. For 2016, the American Institute of Legal Counsel named him as “10 Best” California employment law attorneys in client satisfaction.
Stephen has been recognized as a superlative litigator and teammate. When not busy with legal activities, Stephen “relaxes” by participating in quasi-legal activities. He has served on the Board of Directors of three non-profit organizations, one of which he created and managed for three years. After his first debate in the California Conference of Bar Associations, he was nominated for election and won the election to serve on the Board of Directors of this 300- to 500-attorney organization that often sets the record for most legislative proposals introduced in the California legislature in a given year.
Stephen is known to enjoy learning about a client’s experience, negotiating settlements and litigating in the courtroom.
Stephen lives in San Bruno. He is married to M. Eleonor Ignacio, whom he met at UC Berkeley. He has seven biological siblings and three foster sisters.
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TRACY T. SCANLAN, ESQ.
SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY
Tracy has been an attorney in California for nearly a decade. At UC Hastings, she was an award-winning member of the Moot Court Team. During law school she also externed for the United States District Court Northern District of California and worked at the California Attorney General’s Office. After graduating in 2007, Tracy worked as a research attorney at the San Francisco Superior Court. She then went to a boutique law firm where she specialized in nationwide consumer class action cases. Tracy also spent several years in the tech world, leading projects for start-ups as well as public companies in their Partnerships and Business Development departments. She enjoys playing softball and coaching high school mock trial.
FRANK J. ZECCOLA, ESQ.
Frank graduated in the top 15 percent of his class at Golden Gate University School of Law, where he won a number of awards for excellence in legal writing, including induction into the National Order of Scribes. After graduating from law school in 2015, Frank worked as a contract attorney for several Bay Area law firms before starting full-time at ILG Legal in August 2016. Prior to attending law school, Frank was a journalist for nearly a decade at print and online publications in the Bay Area, including the San Francisco Observer, writing on everything from crime and business news to arts and entertainment.