Gilbert & Sackman, A Law Corporation
For more than seven decades, our attorneys at Gilbert & Sackman, A Law Corporation, have been representing clients in Los Angeles, California. Our focus is on class actions, pension and employee benefits law, labor law, and wage and hour lawsuits. Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the Best Law Firms in Law Labor – Union - Tier 1 in 2021, our attorneys represent more than 50 Taft-Hartley trust funds, international labor unions and local labor unions.
Gilbert & Sackman has collected over $100 million for employees in wage-and-hour and employment class actions. Our litigators are aggressive and experienced, and we regularly bring a creative, labor-movement focus to our litigation that most wage-and-hour and plaintiff-side firms cannot match because they do not have our depth of experience working with labor unions.
We also represent some of the most sophisticated and aggressive labor unions in the labor movement across the entertainment, heavy-industry (refinery, mining, etc.), education, public sector, and healthcare professions (to name a few), and have done so for more than 75 years. We handle negotiations and bargaining, organizing campaigns, arbitrations and union grievances, and litigation at all levels. We regularly appear in federal and state courts, as well as administrative agencies such as the United States Department of Labor, the California Public Employment Relations Board and the National Labor Relations Board.
In addition, the attorneys in our pension and healthcare benefits practice are widely recognized as among the preeminent thought-leaders in administering Taft-Hartley and related plans. This includes providing advice to management and labor trustees as health and pension plan laws change, handling structural amendments to plans, and collection work for plans.
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