Amanda Karl represents consumers, employees and others who have been harmed by corporations. She has prosecuted a wide range of complex cases, including product defect, failure-to-warn, wage and hour, data breach, and securities cases, within a variety of industries.
Amanda is a 2014 graduate (Order of the Coif) of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), where she served as the Managing Editor of the California Law Review, Director of the Workers’ Rights Disability Law Clinic and Research Assistant to Professor Robert Berring, Jr. She worked throughout law school as a Clinical Law Student at the East Bay Community Law Center, assisting with litigation targeting criminal record reporting violations, and as a law clerk at Equal Rights Advocates, working on women’s employment issues involving wage and hour law, pregnancy discrimination, ADA and Title VII. Amanda received her undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, in Sociology and Human Rights from Columbia University in 2009.
Member of the litigation team representing patients, insureds, consumers, and employees whose data was compromised in a massive 2016 breach that impacted up to 3.7 million individuals.
Member of the litigation team representing plaintiffs throughout the country who allege that they suffered permanent, disfiguring hair loss after treatment with a chemotherapy drug that did not warn of this possible side effect.
Member of the litigation team representing consumers who purchased DeckOver, a deck resurfacer for long-lasting wood protection, which plaintiffs allege caused deck surfaces to peel, bubble, and crack shortly after application.
Representing investors in litigation alleging multiple violations of federal securities laws related to the healthcare technology company’s initial public offering in 2016.