Daniel C. Girard is the founder and managing partner of Girard Gibbs LLP. He has been recognized by his peers and the federal judiciary as an expert on class actions and complex litigation.
A founding partner at the firm, Eric has negotiated groundbreaking settlements that resulted in reforms to business practices, and have favorably shaped the laws impacting plaintiffs’ legal rights.
David Berger challenges unscrupulous behavior on behalf of consumers, whistleblowers, and injured parties. He litigates class actions, false claims act and privacy cases, and mass torts.
Aaron Blumenthal represents consumers and whistleblowers in class action lawsuits involving allegations of corporate misconduct, false advertising, and defective products.
Caroline Corbitt is a graduate of the University of Southern California Gould School of Law and was a summer extern for the Hon. Laurel Beeler in the U.S.D.C., Northern District of California.
Michael Danko is a renowned trial lawyer with more than 25 years of experience. He represents individuals with catastrophic personal injuries, as well as families of wrongful death victims.
A.J. de Bartolomeo has more than 20 years' experience in large-scale class and collective actions and has served as court-appointed lead counsel and class counsel in class actions throughout the country.
Jordan Elias is Senior Counsel at Girard Gibbs in San Francisco. A versatile and adept lawyer, he has authored briefs that resulted in a number of decisions favorable to consumers.
Mani Goehring focuses her practice on antitrust enforcement on behalf of plaintiffs. She also has experience in litigation concerning pharmaceuticals, telecommunication, and software.
Simon Grille is committed to seeking justice for plaintiffs harmed by corporate misconduct. Prior to joining Girard Gibbs, he represented victims of toxic exposure in complex civil litigation.
Scott Grzenczyk is an associate and graduate of the University of California, Davis, School of Law. He was Chair of the Moot Court Board and Executive Editor of the Journal of International Law and Policy.
Chris Hikida is an associate and graduate of the University of California, Davis, School of Law. Previously, he clerked for Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald at the Supreme Court of Hawaii.
Shane Howarter is an associate with a joint degree in law and public policy from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law and Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Dylan Hughes concentrates his practice on investigating and prosecuting fraud matters on behalf of whistleblowers, consumers and employees harmed by corporate misconduct.
Emily Jenks is an associate with the firm and graduate of the Santa Clara University School of Law, where she served as an Associate on the Computer and High Technology Law Journal.
Amanda Karl represents consumers, employees and others harmed by corporations. She is a 2014 graduate of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law.
Elizabeth Kramer is an associate and graduate of the University of San Francisco School of Law. She has represented individuals before FINRA and in settlement to resolve wrongdoing by securities firms.
Linda Lam focuses her practice on representing consumers, small businesses, and employees in complex litigation. Previously, she represented workers and retirees at a national employment law firm.
Valerie Li is an associate with Girard Gibbs LLP. Formerly, she was a judicial extern for the Hon. Sheri Bluebond of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California.
Steve Lopez represents consumers, employees, and whistleblowers harmed by corporate misconduct. He has prosecuted a variety of consumer protection and complex employment cases.
Michael Marchese is a graduate of the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Previously, he was a post-graduate fellow in the Litigation Division of the Oakland City Attorney’s Office.
Karen Menzies has more than twenty years of experience in federal and state mass tort litigation. Courts throughout the country have appointed Karen to serve in case leadership positions.
Kristine Meredith specializes in product liability litigation. She served on the Law and Motion committee in the Yaz litigation, assisting in the successful opposition to 15 Daubert motions.
Geoffrey Munroe represents plaintiffs in class action and mass tort cases in federal and state courts. Northern California Super Lawyers has named him a Rising Star (2010-2016).
Andre Mura represents plaintiffs in class and complex litigation concerning consumers’ and workers’ rights, products liability, drug and medical devices, federal jurisdiction, and constitutional law.
Angelica Ornelas is an associate at the firm with prior experience as a judicial law clerk at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada.
Adam Polk represents plaintiffs in complex securities, antitrust, and consumer class actions. His experience covers all aspects of civil litigation, from investigation to final disposition.
Paige Pulley is an associate and graduate of the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. Previously, she was co-director of the Worker’s Rights Disability Law Clinic and the Wage Claim Clinic.
Michael Schrag has nearly 20 years of experience representing individual and small business plaintiffs in a broad range of complex class actions against large corporations.
Dena Sharp has dedicated her practice to representing plaintiffs in complex litigation throughout the United States. She specializes in the management of multifaceted, high-profile cases.
David Stein focuses his practice on consumer protection and financial fraud. He has written and spoken for the American Association for Justice, Consumer Attorneys of California, and others.
Steven Tindall has specialized in employment and class action litigation for eighteen years. He has been lead or co-lead counsel on several cases that resulted in settlements worth over $1 million.
Amy Zeman represents clients in a wide variety of class actions and medical mass torts, including individuals harmed by transvaginal mesh, Yaz and Yasmin, Actos, Risperdal, and Mirena.
Miriam Arghavani is a litigation assistant with prior experience competing on UC Berkeley’s Model United Nations and Mock Trial teams and interning at the Santa Cruz District Attorney’s Office.