For over a decade, Laura has practiced in Keller Rohrback’s Complex Litigation Group where she has developed a diverse practice with a focus on holding banks and other institutions accountable to their customers and employees. She has experience litigating mutual fund excessive fee cases, Ponzi scheme cases, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty cases, Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”) cases, and consumer protection class actions. Laura’s strategic persistence in complex cases has led to impressive results with certain of her clients receiving substantial individual recoveries.
While in law school, Laura concurrently received a Master’s degree in Public Administration and was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board.
Keller Rohrback Files Amicus Brief with Washington Supreme Court on Behalf of ACLU-WA
Mass. Court Approves $300 MM Settlement Agreement in State Street Bank “Indirect Foreign Exchange” Class Action
Seventh Circuit Rules Advocate Health Care Network Pension Plan is Not a Church Plan Exempt from ERISA
Articles & Presentations
Speaker, American Conference Institute’s 8 th National Forum on ERISA Litigation, October 2014, (New Trends in Church Plan Litigation).
Gerber and R. Giovarelli, Land Reform and Land Markets in Eastern Europe, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (2005).
David Weissbrodt, Penny Parker, Laura Gerber, Muria Kruger, Joe W. (Chip) Pitts III, A Review of the Fifty-Fourth Session of the Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights, 21 neth q. hum. rts. 291 (2003), available at http://scholarship.law.umn/edu/faculty_articles/370 .
Honors & Awards
Selected to Rising Stars list in Super Lawyers - Washington, 2009, 2013.
Professional and Civic Involvement;
King County Bar Association, Member;
Washington State Bar Association, Member;
American Bar Association, Member;
Mother Attorney Mentoring Association (MAMAS), Member;Washington Appleseed, Board of Directors, 2012-present
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