Flinn is a member of the consumer protection and employment law practice groups. His practice focuses on protecting consumers and workers in complex litigation, including cases involving consumer fraud, unlawful lending practices, workplace discrimination, and employment misclassification.
Flinn brings to his current practice his prior experience working for legal non-profit organizations representing seniors, renters, and low-income members of the community. He is committed to ensuring access to justice and advocating for the most vulnerable and under-represented members of our communities.
He is part of the team representing consumers alleging certain high-interest consumer loans violate California consumer lending laws. Flinn also currently represents consumers in tobacco litigation, including on behalf of smokers of Natural American Spirits, and users of JUUL vape products who allege JUUL failed to disclose the safety risks and falsely represented the health products.
In addition to his consumer protection and consumer fraud cases, Flinn is representing women in gender discrimination matters, and employees seeking unpaid wages alleging their employers misclassified them as independent contractors depriving them of fundamental employee protections.
Flinn grew up in England and earned his B.A. from the University of Exeter (South West England, UK). He is a graduate of the UCLA School of Law, with specializations in Critical Race Studies and Public Interest Law and Policy.
Prior to joining Zimmerman Reed, Flinn was a Fellow at Bet Tzedek Legal Services where he worked on cases concerning seniors injured by unlawful lending practices.
Flinn is licensed to practice before and is a member in good standing of the Bar of the State of California.
- Federal Bar Association
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- California State Bar Association
- J.D., UCLA School of Law
- B.A., Good Honors, University of Exeter, UK