301 East Ocean Boulevard, Suite 1550, Long Beach, CA 90802
Labor & Employment Law The founding member of the firm, Gary Carlin is one of the most seasoned employment law attorneys in California. Gary has been practicing law since 1970, having established his own practice in 1977 and guiding the Law Offices of Gary R. Carlin into one of the largest and most respected employment litigation firms in Southern California. With his unique focus and expertise in the plight of employees, Gary provides the experience and resources to offer his clients new chances in life and at work. In more than 35 years of practicing law, Gary has obtained verdicts, judgments, awards, and settlements of cases at a present value of over $100,000,000 for his clients. Gary has an amazing range of legal experience and has gained a reputation for reliability and strong ethics, previously advising the Supreme Court of the State of California on matters of attorney discipline and serving on multiple committees and panels statewide. After law school, Gary worked at the Law Offices of C. Ransom Samuelson, the first attorney to ever obtain a jury verdict in excess of $100,000 in Los Angeles County. He later became a partner in the firm before establishing his practice. Gary has the highest possible rating by the gold standard of rating services, known as Martindale-Hubbell/Lawyer.com. His Martindale-Hubbell rating is "AV Preeminent," the very highest and best possible rating or achievement, which places him at the very top both nationwide and in the state of CA of his profession of practicing law according to his peers, judges, arbitrators, mediators, and attorneys.
11 Prince Street, Needham, MA 02492
Civil Litigation/Sports Law Keith is a nimble and active trial attorney and Co-Chair of the Sports & Entertainment Group. He works with public, private, and closely-held companies, senior executives and boards across many industries. He also regularly advises prominent professional sports franchises, senior executives and athletes with regard to league investigations, business disputes and other sensitive and high-profile matters. Since 2015, he has been trial counsel for nine matters taken to verdict, award, or decision in five different jurisdictions, and in 2020 alone he has successfully represented multiple clients in investigations conducted by Major League Baseball (MLB) and the National Hockey League (NHL). He has also successfully represented clients in multiple sports-related arbitrations, including National Basketball Association (NBA) and NHL related business disputes, and a disciplinary matter before the NBA Players Association. The complex cases he has handled cover a wide range of subjects including commercial contract disputes, antitrust claims, fiduciary duties, intellectual property, corporate governance, negligence, health care, life sciences, eminent domain, insurance bad faith, and sports industry disputes and league investigations. Keith has both litigated and tried cases in numerous state and federal courts throughout the United States and has represented clients in arbitration proceedings and other alternative dispute resolution forums, including AAA and JAMS. He has also argued appeals in multiple state jurisdictions and in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and the Second Circuit.
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Plaintiff Toxic Mold David G. Carter is a highly experienced attorney who represents the rights of clients in a wide variety of civil litigation matters. Specifically, David is committed to protecting the rights of individuals and families who have suffered injuries due to exposure to toxic mold in their homes or workplaces.
60 Route 46 E, Suite 100, Fairfield, NJ 07004
Mass Tort Litigation- Defense Anthony Caruso practices out of Fairfield, NJ and handles cases in Workers Compensation, Defective and Dangerous Products, Litigation, Mesothelioma & Asbestos. This attorney attended McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific and has been licensed for 42 years.
1600, 11766 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025, USA
Joel B. Castro has been recognized for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in construction defect litigation. Without a computerized document database the Monterey Hills case would have quickly become unmanageable. Mr. Castro designed and created a sophisticated, networked, document database to log and summarize the 480,000 documents for discovery and trial. Mr. Castro has litigated most types of major complex construction cases and has performed structural, waterproofing, soils and general construction investigations for commercial, industrial and residential projects. He has been cited by the Los Angeles Times and the Los Angeles Daily Journal for his skill in complex multi-party cases setting new standards for forensic investigations following the collapse of the Northridge Meadows complex during the Northridge Earthquake and the 2003 Acorn Building collapse during the San Simeon earthquake. He earned both his B.A. and his J.D. from UCLA.