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experienced workplace lawyers

Employment Lawyers Group $250,000 for radiology technician on-call and small PAGA group
$175,000 Minor issues of pregnancy discrimination in fast food restaurant, lack of rest breaks
$180,000 Controlled standby pay claims of oil field service employee
$125,000 Breach of contract, unpaid wages in the web industry
$190,000 Sexual Harassment in the medical coding industry
$150,000 Wrongful termination of C.N.A. in assisted living facility who blew whistle
$150,000 Job Termination of salesperson with cancer
$193,500 Sexual Harassment by a registered sex offender
$120,000 Racial Discrimination of a warehouse worker
$350,000 nurse mis-classified as independent contractor who was on-call
$160,000 sexual harassment by managers of car lot
$450,000 paystub violations
$305,000 for 2 IT trouble shooters oncall at a major hospital
$350,000 for directional driller whose fixed rate bonuses were not calculated into his overtime rate
$175,000 PAGA settlement resort staff who worked off-the-clock
$225,000 for two kitchen workers sexually harassed
$105,500 sexual harassment of a lesbian aerospace worker by a man who wanted to turn her straight
$150,000 sexual harassment by a manager of an adult daycare program
$350,000 for 2 employees in the vacation rental business who worked off-the-clock, on-call & PAGA
$775,000 for small class action of employees not allowed meal breaks or cell phone reimbursements while caring for dependent adults
$875,000 for 4 oil field service industry workers whose times worked were not recorded on timesheets and were on-call
$800,000 for misclassification of 12 who were not independent contractors
$672,500 for sexual harassment at a truck stop
$675,000 Sexual harassment in a warehouse
$539,000 binding arbitration result for disability discrimination and wrongful termination
$510,000 Class action settlement of 125 workers on overtime claims
$490,000 for sex and age discrimination at resort property
$465,000 Sexual harassment at a gas station
$450,00 Settlement for 2 on-call workers
$365,000 Sexual harassment of a delivery driver
$350,000 for prevailing wage violations
$305,000 Wrongful termination of 2 sales people
$300,000 Post trial verdict for wrongful termination and minor rest break violations
$280,111.42 Vasquez v. Del Rio Sanitarium settled for $365,000 after defendant lost their appeal - pregnancy case - Jury Trial
$270,000 Sexual harassment & termination
$260,000 for sexual harassment at a supermarket
$246,000 Breach of fiduciary duty arbitration award involving disability discrimination
$225,000 Sexual harassment by store customers
$205,000 for multiple plaintiffs: unpaid wages, overtime, labor code section 2699 penalties- arbitration award of over
$200,000 Sexual Harassment of Near Minimum Wage Worker
$200,000 Race Discrimination towards Latinos
$200,000 for PAGA violations at a fast food restaurant that refused rest breaks
$200,000 for CFRA violations and PAGA penalties
$182,500 Fired during cancer treatment
$175,000 Failure to pay minimum wage & overtime of 3 strip club workers
$175,000 Unpaid overtime of 2 limo drivers of a small company
$175,000 Wrongful Termination of Financial Whistleblower
$165,000 Wrongful termination/whistleblower
$162,000 Sexual harassment at a home owner’s Association
$155,000 Whistle blower at construction site
$153,800 for a failure to designate leave as FMLA followed by a job termination
150,000 Settlement for failure to reinstate after maternity leave
$150,000 For long-term employee fired for age and/or medical reasons
$150,000 Mental disability & termination of CFO
$150,000 Cancer discrimination & termination of waitress
$150,000 Sexual harassment of an eight-teen year old restaurant worker
$150,000 Disability discrimination & termination
$150,000 Wrongful termination of social worker reporting patient abuse
$140,000 Not Accommodated and Fired for Mental Disability Leave
$137,930.14 Robinson v. Mantra - Binding Arbitration Award in Pregnancy Case
137,500 Failure to reinstate after FMLA
$130,000 Employee fired for refusing to falsify records in lawsuit
$127,500 Wrongfully terminated driver who complained his truck was unsafe
$127,450 improper inquiry about medical abilities
$125,000 Wrongful termination & minor labor code violations
$125,000 Pregnancy discrimination & termination
$120,000 male on male sexual harassment
$120,000 Insurance professional terminated for taking California Family Care Leave (FMLA)
$117,702 Disability discrimination, Family Medical Leave & termination of $10.00 an hour employee in binding arbitration award
$117,500($24,000) Pregnancy discrimination & termination loss of earnings
$115,000 Sexual harassment of car saleswoman & minor unpaid commissions
$115,000 Pregnancy discrimination & termination of customer service employee
$112,023 Wrongful termination of social worker during trial
$109,500 Unpaid prevailing wages for 2 employees of a small company
$107,500 Wrongfully terminated security manager who let his subordinates know they had rights to meal breaks
$105,000 Overtime due computer professional
$105,000 Fired After Depression Leave
Wrongful Termination of Site Manager $102,500
$102,500 sexual harassment of a janitor
$102,500 Family Care Leave Act violations & termination($20,000 loss of earnings)
$100,850 sexual harassment by restaurant manager
$100,000 Fired Due to Age of FMLA Leave
$400,000 following arbitration win for meal & rest breaks for 3 employees

Lead Counsel, Karl Gerber’s proven results:

Approved class counsel on three complex class actions in 2017, three non-class PAGA approved settlements in 2017

Pinedo v. Premium Tobacco, 85 Cal.App.4th 774, 102 Cal.Rptr.2d 435 (2000); Boonyarit v. Payless Shoesource, Inc., 145 Cal.App.4th 1188 (2006); Young v. Exon, 167 Cal.App.4th 1467 (2008); Sparks v. Vista del Mar Child and Family Services, 207 Cal.App.4th 1511 (2012); Alamo v. Practice Management, 219 Cal.App.4th 466 (2013); Vasquez v. v. Franklin Management, 212 Cal.App.4th 819 (2013).

36th Annual Consumer Attorneys of California Convention (MCLE Provider), November 16, 1997; Leftjaw, Labor Code Section 2699 (MCLE Provider), Fall of 2005; Lorman Group, Prevailing Wage Law in California, September 10, 2014 in Bakersfield (MCLE Faculty).

Media Interviews:
Channel 17 Bakersfield, Channel 29 Bakersfield, Daily Journal, Deadline Hollywood, New York Magazine, Newsweek, The Recorder, Sacramento Bee, Shrm, and the Wall Street Journal

46/48 wins for all binding arbitration and jury trials first-chaired

Past success is not a measure of future performance. In addition, each case is based upon its own facts

We handle employment law cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we do not ask you to pay us anything upfront. If we win your case, WE WILL BE PAID OUT OF WHAT WE RECOVER. Call us now for a free consulation and find out if you have a case.