Los Angeles, CA, Aug 24, 2015 — Child welfare nonprofit organization CASA of Los Angeles (CASA/LA) proudly announces the addition of Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP Managing Partner Brent Giddens to its Board of Directors.

Giddens is a highly experienced labor and employment attorney with extensive background and experience in defending class actions, as well as individual actions, before California state and federal courts. He assists California employers advance their business goals, representing clients in all facets of the employer/employee relationship. Mr. Giddens’ clients cover a wide variety of industries, and include large national employers as well as small businesses.

Brent Giddens will add this knowledge base to CASA/LA’s existing Board and provide strategic insight into organizational philosophy for volunteer and staff management. He will as well as help CASA seek additional support and engagement from Southern California lawyers and law firms. CASA is the beneficiary of the Justice Jog, presented by the Greater Los Angeles Association of Legal Administrators, to be held on September 27 in Century City. CASA also receives support from many firms and individuals in the legal community.


“CASA provides admirable service to vulnerable youth across Los Angeles, and having worked with CASA for awhile and seeing first-hand the good work it does inspired me to get involved on a deeper level,” said Brent Giddens, managing partner of the Los Angeles office of award-winning employment and labor law firm Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP (
http://www.cdflaborlaw.com/). “I’m looking forward to supporting CASA of Los Angeles and its mission as best I can. I feel honored to have been invited to further help CASA improve the lives, and well-being, of children in our community.”

ABOUT CASA/LA

Founded in 1978, CASA of Los Angeles is a community-supported 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to mobilize community volunteers (Court Appointed Special Advocates) to advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children in the overburdened foster care system of Los Angeles County. CASA’s vision is of a Los Angeles where every foster child has an advocate and the opportunity to thrive. Through committed, highly trained everyday citizen volunteers, CASA brings the voice of a concerned community into the child welfare system. Studies have shown that children with CASAs receive more assistance and support than children without, and are more likely to be adopted or returned to their families and less likely to reenter the child welfare system. For more information, please visit the CASA of Los Angeles website: http://www.casala.org.