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Mr. Ward is an associate attorney in the firm’s labor and employment practice group. He represents both private and public sector clients with such matters as discrimination and harassment, employee leave and discipline, employment contracts and employee handbooks, wage and hour issues, in-house training and general advice and counsel.
Ms. Gee, an associate attorney in the firm, represents public and private sector clients in the areas of natural resources and water law. She focuses on regulatory compliance, water rights, water quality, administrative law and land-use matters.
Ms. Gee performs a variety of legal services for both public and private sector clients, including in-depth legal research and analysis, regulatory compliance assistance and litigation-related support. Specific areas of experience include:
Kimberley Worley has over 25 years of experience representing employers in state and federal courts, arbitration and administrative proceedings before such agencies as the DLSE, DOL, DFEH and EEOC. In addition to defending individual discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and retaliation cases, Ms. Worley has considerable expertise defending wage and hour class actions and PAGA litigation. She is proficient in all phases of litigation from inception through successful conclusion, whether through law and motion, mediation, arbitration, jury trial, bench trial or appeal.
Ms. Weiner is an associate in the Labor and Employment practice group. She represents both public and private sector clients in lawsuits before state and federal courts at both the trial court and appellate levels. Her experience includes business disputes, construction matters, agricultural business disputes, contract, real property, professional disputes, tort litigation defense, and general liability defense.
Mr. Herrera is an associate in the firm’s Business Services practice group, where he provides advice, counsel, and litigation support in a variety of areas. He provides advice and counsel for general and commercial litigation matters, including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and real property disputes. Mr. Herrera also advises clients in bankruptcy related matters, including secured and unsecured claims, avoidance actions, discharge proceedings, relief from the automatic stay, the recovery and liquidation of assets, and exemption issues.
As a charter pilot, Mr. Johnston was the face of his company tasked with keeping clients safe and happy. Skills that now aid his legal career, he excels at client service and understands the value of relationships, striving to resolve matters while deepening relationships. Mr. Johnston provides advice, counsel, and litigation support in a wide range of areas to private and public sector clients; focusing on civil litigation, employment and disability access matters. He advises businesses and nonprofit corporations in formation, operations, and dissolution.
Mr. Nash is an associate attorney in the firm’s Health Care and Business Services groups where he represents clients across a broad spectrum of matters. His interest in the health care field stems from his own prior experience working with health care professionals through consulting, legal services and direct work with hospitals.
Ms. Harms, an associate attorney in the firm's water and natural resources law practice, represents public and private sector clients. Ms. Harms was born and raised in Salinas, California, where her family has been for four generations. Her lifelong interest in agriculture and water stems from her family’s involvement in the agricultural industry and ownership of a cattle ranch on Pacheco Pass. Her practice focuses on regulatory compliance, water rights, water quality, administrative law and land-use matters.
Mr. Barbosa is one of the most experienced city attorneys in California, having served as City Attorney to five cities over a period of 40 years. In his capacity as a Director and as an Assistant General Counsel for the Metropolitan Water District, he had oversight involving the development and construction of the Diamond Valley Reservoir, a $3 Billion project with an almost one million acre- foot capacity, off-stream storage facility and attendant inland feeder. He also served as President and Director of the Three Valleys Municipal Water District. Mr.
Mr. Vera advises education foundations and nonprofit entities, in addition to representing businesses, school districts and postsecondary institutions on a variety of matters. He has advised and formed over 50 education foundations in California. During his 30 years of practice, he has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship and was honored with the Sierra Club Community Service Award for his pro bono work on environmental projects in Southern California.
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