Law Firm in Sherman Oaks, CA

Karl Gerber, J.D.

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Representing Employee Rights Since 1993!
We Win Cases!
Employment Lawyers Group has been helping and representing employees in the workplace since 1993.
We have handled more than 1,750 separate California employment cases with a high rate of success.
Wrongfully Terminated from the Job
Discrimination based on National Origin, Race, Age, or Disability
Discrimination from a Leave due to Family Medical, Cancer, or Pregnancy
Sexual Harassment
Unpaid Wages such as Overtime, Commissions, or Prevailing Wages
Missed or Unpaid Breaks
Offices in Los Angeles, Sherman Oaks, Oxnard, Bakersfield, San Bernardino, Gardena, Tustin, Riverside, and San Diego.
We advance all costs. We are only paid a fee if we win.
Practice Areas
 Legal Services  Environmental Law/Zoning
 Banking (Business, Mortgage)  Injuries & Accidents
 Business Law  Investments (Securities, IPOs)
 Class Actions (Drugs, Products)  Malpractice - Professional
 Commercial Law and Contracts  Online / Video Legal Consultation
 Construction (Accidents, Disputes)  Pay and Benefits
 Contract Disputes  Product Liability
 COVID-19-Related Legal Help  Unions
 Discrimination/Harassment  Workers' Compensation
 Employment Law  Wrongful Termination
 Entertainment & Media
- California State University, Northridge (B.A. 1990);
- Southwestern University School of Law (J.D. 1993).
KARL GERBER, born Westwood, California, October 25, 1969; admitted to California bar, 1993, California; U.S. District Court, Central District of California; 1994, U.S. District Court, Eastern and Northern Districts of California; 1995, U.S. District Court Southern District, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit 1996; State Bar of Texas 2010, District of Columbia Bar 2010, Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers 2010.
LEGAL PUBLICATIONS: “Self Critical Analysis Documents & After Acquired Evidence” Consumer Attorneys of California, 1997; “Self Critical Analysis Documents are Discoverable,” Los Angeles Daily Journal, December 12, 1997; “Permanent Responsibility,” Los Angeles Daily Journal, June 16, 1999; “Working Moms Have Legal Rights,” Wetset Gazette, Fall 2000; “Federal and State Discrimination Law are Diverging,” Los Angeles Daily Journal, July 7, 2003; “The Late 2003 Amendment to Labor Code Sections 1102.5 and 1106 are Salutary,” Matthew Bender California Labor and Employment Bulletin, August 2004; "Labor Code Sections 2699 & 2699.3 Traps for the Weary & Burden to All," San Fernando Valley Bar Notes, February 2005; Internet Content Writer of More Than 400 Web Published Articles on Labor Law Including “California Employees Are Paid to For Sleeping” (2011), a NOLO Publication.
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. Franklin Management, 212 Cal.App.4th 819 (2013)
- State Bar of California (Member, Labor Section);
- California Employment Lawyer’s Association;
Bar Admissions
California bar, 1993, California; U.S. District Court, Central District of California; 1994
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