Aimee Hartono has practiced workers' compensation law defense since 2012. She represents employers, third-party administrators and insurance carriers with respect to workers’ compensation claims and related matters. Aimee also represents employers with respect to allegations of serious and willful misconduct and unlawful discrimination pursuant to Labor Code Section 132a. She began practicing workers' compensation law in Southern California with cases venued throughout Los Angeles, Ventura, and Orange counties. In 2014, she moved to Northern California and began practicing in the Bay Area. Just prior to joining Mullen and Filippi, she worked for a large, national workers' compensation law firm.
Aimee received her Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School in 2010. In 2006, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, cum laude, from Cornell University.
Aimee is a member of the California State Bar and a member of the Workers' Compensation Section.
What I like about practicing law is that it is constantly evolving and changing. Every case is different and comes with a unique set of challenges and questions. While this may be frustrating to some, for me it has been a constant source of career fulfillment. I enjoy problem-solving and working collaboratively with my clients to help them reach their goals.
When I am not working I like trying out new restaurants throughout the East Bay and hike around the Oakland/Berkeley hills with my husband and daughter. I also enjoy traveling. One of my favorite destinations was Vietnam. Vietnam has some of the most beautiful beaches and, of course, the food is absolutely delicious.