Carol Gillam Trains Trial Lawyers

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logo celaCarol Gillam was a trainer at the California Employment Lawyers Association's first Trial College held in Los Angeles in June 2014. The intensive three day program allowed trial lawyers to improve their skills with coaching from more highly experienced trial lawyers like Carol. Each day Carol trained eight different lawyers in the art of opening statements, jury voir dire, cross examination, closing arguments and other aspects of trial. Along with two other trainers, she helped each participant ("advocate") try out different styles to find their most effective and authentic selves before a judge and jury. 

Carol Gillam Named One of Top Labor and Employment Lawyers in California for 4th Consecutive Year

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daily journal logo1Carol Gillam was named by the Daily Journal legal newspaper as a top California employment lawyer in June 2014. This marks the 4th consecutive year Carol has received the honor. She will be recognized at a ceremony at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills July 15, 2014.

Carol Gillam Wrote the Lead Article in Recent Issue of California Labor and Employment Law Review

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news-iconCarol Gillam has published an article featured on page one of the March 2014 issue of the California Labor and Employment Law Review. The article is titled, "No-Fault Attendance Policies, New Laws and Regulations: Perils in Balancing Employee Rights with Employer Attendance Concerns."

Class certification granted in case against First Student!

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certification11In a hard-fought battle, The Gillam Law Firm won class certification for a group of school bus drivers in Los Angeles Superior Court June 25, 2014. In Tyrer et al. v. First Student, Judge William Highberger ruled that the firm could proceed with a class action now as to some yards, and has the right to bring a motion later as to other yards. The Gillam Law Firm has been prosecuting the case for three years together with the Law Offices of Thomas Falvey.

The Gillam Law Firm Obtains $800,000 Settlement for City Firefighter

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firefighter CA carol gillamThe Gillam Law Firm joined forces with attorney Genie Harrison to settle a contentious case against the City of Los Angeles for $800,000. Their client was an African American lesbian firefighter who claimed discrimination and retaliation at a fire station in the San Fernando Valley. The settlement was approved by the Los Angeles City Council in August 2012.

Lee v. City of Los Angeles et al., LASC Case No. 336783


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