ZHE Partner Helen Zeldes Selected As One of San Diego’s “Women Who Mean Business” By The San Diego Business Journal

Zeldes, Haeggquist and Eck partner Helen Zeldes has been selected as a finalist in The San Diego Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business awards, the firm announced today. She will be recognized at a ceremony on Nov. 9 at the Town & Country Hotel.
Helen has dedicated her law practice to consumer class action litigation, employment discrimination, and human rights. She is experienced in representing clients throughout California and the nation in insurance, product defect, and consumer fraud class actions, and represents employees who have been wrongfully terminated or discriminated against at work. Over the years, Helen has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of shareholders, consumers and employees who have been wronged by real estate investment scams, securities fraud, and unlawful employment practices. She is currently co-lead counsel in two class actions against Donald Trump and Trump University.
In addition to her law practice, Helen has owned and operated eight small businesses over the last two decades, in areas ranging from retail to manufacturing to importing, wholesaling, and e-commerce. She is an Advisory Board member for Think Dignity and sits on the Board of the San Diego Girls Alliance, a post she has held since 2004. Helen also served on the Board of Directors for San Diego BayKeeper from 2003 to 2007 and on the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees for Progressive San Diego from 2003 to 2006. For more information on Helen, click here.