Allred, Maroko & Goldberg
One of the nation's preeminent employment law firms, Allred, Maroko & Goldberg champions the rights of employees throughout California who have been wronged by their employer's discriminatory practices in addition to advocating for individuals whose constitutional rights have been violated. Since our foundation 38 years ago in Los Angeles, we've remained steadfastly committed to our core principles of dedication, respect and integrity — a foundation that has guided us to recover millions of dollars for our clients, including more than $100 million for individual clients in the last five years alone. Navigating state and federal regulations governing employment law requires significant experience and a nuanced perspective. Furthermore, holding some of the nation's largest employers accountable calls for big-firm resources and a strong courtroom presence. Our team of litigators includes one of the country's most well-known civil rights lawyers, Gloria Allred, the founder and president of the Women's Equal Rights Legal Defense and Education Fund who is also known for her groundbreaking work representing women and minorities facing discrimination because of their gender, sexual orientation, race, age or physical condition. Our other two founders, Michael Maroko and Nathan Goldberg, are accomplished attorneys in their own right. Mr. Maroko most recently served as lead counsel in the California Supreme Court case that challenged the constitutionality of Proposition 8, and Mr. Goldberg is listed among California's top 10 plaintiff employment lawyers by the Daily Journal. Our seven other attorneys also have significant employment law experience, and all of our attorneys have been named Super Lawyers. While our firm has achieved significant success in dozens of prominent civil rights cases that have graced national headlines, we also take great pride in the thousands of victories we've fought for on behalf of everyday workers and their families. At our offices in Los Angeles and New York City, we embrace small and high-profile cases alike.
Amber Frey, key witness in People v. Scott Peterson
Actress Hunter Tylo v. Aaron Spelling/Spelling Productions
Photographer Henry Trappler v. Tommy Lee (of the rock group Motley Crue)
The Nicole Brown Simpson Family in People v. OJ Simpson
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