Before I was an attorney, I spent approximately 10 years in the restaurant industry. I also started and ran a painting contracting company during college. Even in those non-legal positions, I found myself advocating for others who did not have much of a voice. Often these were low-level employees whose employers took advantage of because they were young, female, immigrants, or did not speak fluent English.
Since graduating from law school in 1998, I have worked on a wide variety of cases, and for an even wider variety of people and businesses. Since starting my own firm in 2000, I have represented only small businesses and individuals--typically against wealthy and powerful corporations. Although these defendants invariably have armies of lawyers and piles of money, I find that I can obtain justice for my clients through persistent and creative litigation. On this website you will find some examples of my recent cases.
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I have a current client who worked with Anthony on another unrelated matter. The client informs me that their experience with him was great and that he achieved a great result with diligence and speed. My first boss back in 2005 spoke highly of him too. I look forward to meeting Anthony and hopefully working with him on a case some day.
Spencer Young Employment & Labor Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Anthony is an outstanding lawyer. His expertise in labor and employment matters is second to none. He has a calm and re-assuring style, putting his clients at ease during sometimes difficult times. He is a true professional in this important field.
Kurt Dreger Employment & Labor Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|2014 Super Lawyer of the Year||Super Lawyers Magazine||2014|
|2013 Super Lawyer of the Year||Super Lawyers Magazine||2013|
|2012 Super Lawyer of the Year||Super Lawyers Magazine||2012|
|Law Review Article of the Year||University of San Francisco School of Law||1998|
|Public Interest Law Certificate||University of San Francisco School of Law, Public Interest Law Program||1998|
|American Jurisprudence Award, Contracts||Bancroft-Whitney||1997|
|Moot Court Award, Best Oral Argument||University of San Francisco School of Law||1996|
|Associate Attorney||Littler Mendelson||1998 - 2000|
|Summer Associate||Simpson, Ahern & Garrity||1997 - 1997|
|Intern||Employment Law Center (San Francisco Legal Aid)||1997 - 1997|
|Summer Associate||Oakland City Attorney||1996 - 1996|
|Intern, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs||United States Department of State||1991 - 1991|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Consumer Attorneys of California||Member||2006 - Present|
|California Employment Lawyers Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|Alameda County Bar Association||Member||2000 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Member||1998 - Present|
|Bar Association of San Francisco||Member||1998 - Present|
|American Bar Association||Member||1998 - Present|
|Litigation and Employment Law Section||Member||1998 - Present|
|Dhir v. Gupta, et al.||Summary Judgment in favor of my defendant clients.|
|Gooden v. General Motors||Settlement after summary adjudication|
|Service Station Owner v. Oil Company||Settlement After Partial Summary Judgment|
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|Bender's California Labor & Employment Bulletin||Recent Developments in California Law on Mandatory Tip-Pooling||2010|
|California Labor & Employment Law Quarterly||An Employer’s Road Map Through Slander Law||1999|
|University of San Francisco Law Review||When Nondisclosure Becomes Misrepresentation: Shaping Employer Liability for Incomplete Job References||1998|
|University of San Francisco School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1998|
|University of California Berkeley||Political Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1992|