Karl Gerber has fought, in Superior and Federal Court, more than 1,425 cases filed on behalf of employees who had problems at work including discrimination, sexual harassment, unpaid overtime, denial of disability leave, denial of pregnancy leave, denial of Family Medical Leave Act rights, unpaid commissions, and every type of employment law case you can imagine. Mr Gerber’s clients include employees from all types of industries, at all levels, ranging from workers earning less than minimum wage to employees earning more than $1,000,000.00 a year.
Karl Gerber has been voted as a Southern California Super Lawyer for 2010, 2011, 2012 which is a designation based upon other lawyers voting and then verification by Super Lawyer. Less than 5% of the attorneys nationwide achieve this status of receiving enough votes from other lawyers and judges to be designated a Super Lawyer.
Call Mr. Gerber at 951-367-1000 or see his other website for the EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS GROUP
Principal, Employment Lawyer’s Group (2008-Present) 3-4 Staff Attorneys in California, 3-4 Of-Counsel Attorneys in California, Nationwide, Pro Hac Basis & Plaintiff Employment Law Expert Witness Services With 85 Law Firms; Founder & Managing Partner, Danz & Gerber (1994-2008), Statewide Leader in Employee Lawsuits, Multiple Office Operation, 6-12+ Attorneys Throughout California, Appellate, Law & Motion, Trial Work, Brief Editor; Law Offices of Karl Gerber (1993-1994). During Career, Handled Over 1,445 Superior Court, Federal District Court, and Arbitrations Cases in California & Multiple Appeals.
“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; Author of More Than 300 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. v. Franklin Management, WL6869682 (12-31-13)
California State University, Northridge (B.A. 1990); Southwestern University School of Law (J.D. 1993).
State Bar of California (Member, Labor Section); California Employment Lawyer’s Association.
2010, 2011, 2012 Superlawyer (only 5% of the bar is so voted); Dean’s List During College 5 out of 8 Semesters; Unfair Competition Book Award 1992.
Daily Journal, Newsweek, The Recorder, Sacramento Bee
36th Annual Consumer Attorneys of California Convention (MCLE Provider), November 16, 1997; Leftjaw, Labor Code Section 2699 (MCLE Provider), Fall of 2005.
45/46 wins for all binding arbitration and jury trials first-chaired