Samuel Rudolph and Associates

Samuel Rudolph

In practice for over 2 decades, Samuel Rudolph has built up a successful practice in all areas of employment law. He has represented clients on claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour issues, and wrongful termination. He has also opened his practice to mediation.   He has a passion for what he does, fights vigorously for the  rights of all of his clients, and has built a record of successful results through settlements and trial.

  

Mr. Rudolph counsels and represents both employees and management. He will also mediate disputes both within and beyond the employment context.

 

 

Education

 

B.A., University of
California, Berkeley

 

M.A. San Francisco State
University, San Francisco

 

M.P.A., California State University, East Bay

 

J.D., Golden Gate University,
San Francisco

 

 

Bar Admissions and Memberships

 

State Bar of California

U.S. District Court, Northern District of California

U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

California Employment Lawyers Association

National Employment LawyersAssociation [1999-2007]

Alameda County Bar Association [1993-2012]

Kimberly Carver

Since her admission to the California Bar in 2001, Kimberly
Carver has developed a successful practice with a focus on immigration and employment issues. These include asylum applications and deportation issues.

 

With an extensive background in legal writing and research,
Ms. Carver has also served as Managing Editor of the Los Angeles Daily Journal and of the San Francisco Daily Journal. She was formerly Legal Editor of the National Law Journal.

 

 Education

 

B.A., University of Pennsylvania [Phi Beta Kappa]

 

J.D., Harvard Law School

 

 

Bar Admissions and Memberships

 

State Bar of California

California Employment Lawyers Association

National Employment Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association