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Girard Gibbs LLP 
Size of Organization: 17
Year Established: 1995

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Girard Gibbs is a national litigation firm representing a wide range of individual and business clients in cases involving consumer protection, commercial litigation and arbitration, personal injury, mass tort, securities, antitrust, and employment laws. Our clients range from individual consumers and small businesses to Fortune 100 corporations and public pension funds. Our attorneys are proficient in French, Spanish, German, and Korean, and we regularly assist non-US clients in finding solutions to legal problems in the US and across international borders.

Our firm's size is ideal to serve clients - large enough to fully staff the exigencies of cases, yet small enough to foster a team approach - which in turn allows for an energetic interchange of ideas, ensuring the professional development of our attorneys and the best results for our clients. Our structure provides for independence and flexibility, allowing our attorneys to act quickly and decisively, providing the quality of representation necessary to litigate complex actions successfully throughout the country.

We have recovered over a billion dollars on behalf of our clients in class actions and non-class cases. In addition to our litigation services, our firm also provides consulting and strategic counseling services to institutional clients and professionals in securities litigation, corporate governance and international business matters. We are committed to achieving favorable results for all of our clients in the most expeditious and economical manner possible.

The firm's senior partners, Daniel C. Girard and Eric H. Gibbs, have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2012 and Northern California Super Lawyers, and have earned AV-Preeminent ratings from Martindale-Hubbell, recognizing them in the highest class of attorneys for professional ethics and legal skills.


Statement of Practice Summary:
Class Actions; Business Litigation; Consumer Protection; Securities Litigation; Deceptive Trade Practices; Products Liability; Employment Discrimination; Securities Fraud; Telecommunications Law; International Arbitration; International Dispute Resolution; International Mediation; Airbag Injury; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Arbitration; Antitrust and Trade Regulation; Antitrust; Antitrust Class Actions; Price-Fixing; Unfair Trade; Complex and Multi-District Litigation; Consumer Law; Consumer Class Actions; Consumer Fraud; Consumer Litigation; Consumer Rights; Fair Credit Reporting Act; Breach of Contract; Contract Fraud; Franchises and Franchising; Fraud and Deceit; Labor and Employment; Employee Rights; Employment Class Actions; Employment Law; Employment Litigation; Fair Labor Standards; Federal Employment Law; Labor Law; Minimum Wage Law; Wage and Hour Class Actions; Wage and Hour Law; WARN Act; Personal Injury; Accidents; Automobile Accidents and Injuries; Bodily Injury; Brain Injury; Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries; Motorcycle Accidents; Plaintiffs Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Unintended Acceleration; Privacy Law; Information and Privacy; Privacy and Publicity; Automotive Crashworthiness; All Terrain Vehicle Products Liability; Automotive Design Liability; Automotive Products Liability; Automotive Restraints; Automotive Warranty Law; Biomedical Products Liability; Breach of Warranty; Food Products Liability; Product Failure; Product Defects; Product Recall; Product Safety; Product Warning Labels; Vehicle Rollovers; Warranty Law; Qui Tam Litigation; Seatbelt Injury; Securities Law; Bank Securities; FINRA Arbitration; Broker-Dealer Arbitration; Insider Trading; SEC Enforcement; Public Offerings; Securities Arbitrage; Securities Arbitration; Securities Class Actions; Securities Consumer Arbitration; Securities Fraud Arbitration; Securities Fraud Class Actions; Securities Investor Protection Act; Shareholder Derivative Actions; Unfair Competition.