Shane has handled all aspects of workplace law and related litigation throughout California before federal, state and local courts and administrative agencies. In addition to litigation, his practice includes advice and counsel, training, and investigations regarding a myriad of workplace related subjects, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, breach of contract, wage and hour compliance, disability accommodation, leaves of absence, and trade secrets.
Based in San Francisco, Shane has published and co-authored several employment law articles in a variety of publications including Witkin, California Procedure; The Sacramento Daily Recorder; the Association of Legal Administrators newsletter (The Bridge); the Employer Resource Institute newsletter; and the University of San Francisco School of Law Law Review, where he served as comments editor.
He is a current member and past President of the Embarcadero Chapter of Business Networking International. He is also a member of The Guardsmen, a San Francisco service organization consisting of 150 professional members dedicated to advancing at-risk Bay Area youth by funding educational programs.
University of San Francisco: San Francisco, CA
- Bachelor of Arts (1998) Honors
University of San Francisco School of Law: San Francisco, CA
- Juris Doctorate (2001)
- Comments Editor, Law Review
Allan Gomes offers his clients extensive experience in employment law. He is adept at handling all aspects of employment litigation, from inception through resolution and post-judgment pleadings in state and federal courts. His practice areas of concentration include discrimination and harassment cases, wage and hour matters, trade secret violations, and class action suits. Allan also provides advice and counsel to both corporate leaders and individuals on discrete policy issues, including exempt status, vacation pay, and overtime. He has counseled executives on a variety of employment legal matters, including discrimination, wrongful termination, wage and hour issues, and workforce reductions.
He served as the Symposium Editor in Chief of The American Journal of Law & Medicine (1999-2000) and took part in the Stone Moot Court Competition (Fall 1998).
University of California, Los Angeles: Los Angeles, CA
- Bachelor of Arts – Economics & English (1996)
Boston University, Boston, MA
- Juris Doctorate (2000)
Christine handles all aspects of workplace law and related litigation throughout California. She has appeared before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. In addition to litigation, her practice includes advising and training employers on workplace related subjects, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, breach of contract, wage and hour compliance, disability accommodation, leaves of absence, and trade secrets.
While in law school, she was a member of the school's national moot court team, she served on the moot court board and trial practice honors board, and she was a Senior Articles Editor on the Journal of International Law and Policy. She was also awarded Order of the Barrister.
University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA
- Bachelor of Arts – Political Science (2003)
University of California, Davis: Davis, CA
- Juris Doctorate (2007)
Anne handles a variety of employment law issues and related litigation, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, and wage and hour compliance. Anne has defended numerous wage and hour class actions covering claims for missed meal and rest periods, unpaid overtime, and improper wage statements. Anne also handles administrative complaints with state and federal agencies. In addition to her litigation practice, Anne counsels employers on preventative strategies and litigation avoidance.
She is a member of the Bar Association of San Francisco. Anne served as Vice Chair of the Barrister's Club Pro Bono Issues and Community Service Committee in 2009 and 2010.
University of Wisconsin-Madison: Madison, WI
- Bachelor of Science: Behavioral Science & Law; Criminal Justice (1999)
Loyola University Chicago School of Law: Chicago, IL
- Juris Doctorate (2003)
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