Eric H. Gibbs represents plaintiffs in a broad range of cases, including employment, pharmaceutical and medical device litigation, and consumer class actions, often as court-appointed lead counsel, class counsel, and liaison counsel.
David challenges unscrupulous corporate behavior on behalf of consumers, whistleblowers, and injured parties. His practice focuses on consumer class actions, false claims act cases, privacy rights, and mass torts.
Aaron Blumenthal represents consumers and whistleblowers in class action lawsuits involving allegations of corporate misconduct. He has prosecuted a variety of consumer protection cases ranging from false advertising to defective products.
Caroline Corbitt is a 2015 graduate of the University of Southern California Gould School of Law and was a summer extern for the Honorable Laurel Beeler, Magistrate Judge of the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California.
A.J. de Bartolomeo
A.J. de Bartolomeo has more than twenty years of experience in large-scale mass, class and collective actions and has served as court-appointed lead counsel and class counsel in class actions throughout the United States.
Shane Howarter is a 2016 graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law and Luskin School of Public Affairs, where he earned a joint degree in law and public policy.
Dylan Hughes specializes in the prosecution of class actions involving defective products, telecommunications, credit cards, product liability, credit repair, employment misclassification and wage and hour under state and federal laws.
Amanda Karl represents consumers, employees and others who have been harmed by corporations. She is a 2014 graduate (Order of the Coif) of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall)
Linda Lam focuses her practice on representing consumers, small businesses, and employees in complex litigation. Before joining the firm, Ms. Lam represented workers and retirees at a national employment law firm.
Steve Lopez is a 2014 graduate of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), where he was a Publishing Editor for the California Law Review and an Editor for the Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law.
Karen Barth Menzies
Karen is a mass tort attorney with more than twenty years of experience in federal and state litigation. Courts throughout the country have appointed Karen to serve in leadership positions in some of the largest pharmaceutical and device cases.
Geoffrey A. Munroe represents plaintiffs in high-profile class action and mass tort cases in both federal and state courts throughout the United States. He was selected as a Rising Star by Northern California Super Lawyers (2010 – 2015).
Andre M. Mura has experience representing plaintiffs in class action and complex litigation concerning consumers’ and workers’ rights, products liability, drug and medical devices, federal jurisdiction, and constitutional law.
Michael Schrag has nearly 20 years of experience representing plaintiffs in complex class actions against large corporations in litigation concerning banking, credit cards, telecommunications, and real estate.
David Stein focuses his practice on consumer protection and financial fraud cases. He has written and spoken for organizations like the American Association for Justice and Consumer Attorneys of California.
Steven Tindall represents plaintiffs in individual and class action lawsuits involving employee misclassification, wage and hour claims, sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, WARN Act, FCRA, and ERISA violations.
Amy Zeman represents clients in a wide variety of medical mass tort matters, including individuals harmed by transvaginal mesh, Yaz and Yasmin, Actos, Risperdal, and Mirena. She also represents consumers in class action litigation.
Robert A. Mosier serves as court-appointed co-lead counsel and liaison counsel and on leadership committees in consolidated litigation nationwide on behalf of those harmed by pharmaceutical and medical device companies.
John Kehoe prosecutes securities and financial fraud cases in federal and state courts on behalf of institutional and individual clients. He has served as lead counsel in a number of precedent-setting cases.
Michael K. Yarnoff
Michael Yarnoff has more than 25 years of experience, including 15 years prosecuting complex securities fraud class actions in federal courts involving claims under both the Securities Act of 1933 and the Exchange Act of 1934.
Kristen Boffi manages client and public relations for Gibbs Law Group and assists attorneys with client and marketing management. Kristen creates connections between the firm, clients, and the media to facilitate the delivery of legal services.
David manages technology for the firm. Prior to joining, he worked as a litigation assistant on cases on behalf of consumers, employees, and victims of defective drugs by conducting research and communicating with clients.
Eileen is the Director of Business Development with Gibbs Law Group. She works with attorneys to develop and implement firm-wide marketing, business development and public relations efforts aimed to connect with clients, class members and consumers.
As a paralegal with Gibbs Law Group, Walter works directly with attorneys in client outreach, case development and document production efforts for the firm’s broad range of mass tort and class action matters.
Danielle is the Office Manager at Gibbs Law Group. She oversees all office operations including human resources, payroll, benefits, accounting, technology services, and facilities management.