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Employment lawyer and mediator Gail Glick litigated disputes from 1994 through 2020, and she spent almost her entire career representing both plaintiffs and defendants in employment law disputes. For six of the first eight years of her career, she litigated employment law disputes and assisted employers in the prevention of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation through trainings and investigations at various enterprises, including health care facilities, pharmacies, academic institutions, non-profits, and government entities at Musick, Peeler in Los Angeles.
In her work on the plaintiffs’ side, she worked as a solo practitioner, mediator, and investigator from mid-2002 through mid-2009. She was a founding partner of Alexander Krakow + Glick LLP (now known as Alexander Morrison + Fehr LLP) which, from 2009 through 2020, focused on representing employees in all aspects of employment law disputes, resolutions, and trials. On the plaintiffs' side, Gail represented a variety of workers in industries including aerospace, banking and finance, biotech, engineering, education, entertainment, food services, health care, hospitality, logistics, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, transportation, and technology. Her clients included actors, artists, bookkeepers, CEOs, CFOs, comptrollers, clerical employees, delivery persons, entertainment executives, factory workers, food service executives, grips, HR professionals, insurance brokers, investment professionals, lawyers, librarians, managers, mariners, orthopedists, ophthalmologists, pharmacists, pharmaceutical sales representatives, physicians, plumbing sales representatives, professors, psychologists, real estate executives, RNs, respiratory therapists, retail managers, rocket scientists, salespersons, social workers, teachers, and videographers. Gail’s balance of plaintiffs’ and defense work over her career uniquely qualifies her to mediate for a diverse group of employers and employees.
In 2006, Gail honed her trial advocacy skills in the prestigious Trial Advocacy Project (“TAP”) of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and tried three cases to unanimous guilty verdicts for the Long Beach Prosecutor’s Office. Her firm, Alexander Krakow + Glick LLP, handled trials resulting in six-, seven-, and eight-figure verdicts for its clients.
Gail is a Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and is a Lecturer in Law at USC Gould School of Law, teaching employment dispute resolution. She is a Vice President on the Board of Directors of the Disability Rights Legal Center, a former Chair of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s ("LACBA") Labor and Employment Law Section (2018-2019), a former co-chair of the ABA’s Technology Symposium in Labor and Employment Law, and a former long-time member of the Board of Directors of the Amherst Association of Southern California. Gail is also a member of local and national bar associations, including the LACBA, the American Bar Association, the California and National Employment Lawyers Associations, the Consumer Attorneys of California, and the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles. She lectures and writes frequently on employment law issues and alternative dispute resolution.
Gail received her J.D. from Loyola Law School in 1994 and her B.A., cum laude, from Amherst College in 1991. She has been named a “Rising Star” or “Super Lawyer” by Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine since 2009, and she was one of Lawdragon's 500 Leading Plaintiff Employment Lawyers in 2018 and 2019. She received training in mediation at Pepperdine’s Strauss Institute of Dispute Resolution and through the Los Angeles County Bar Association. She mediates in person in many major metropolitan areas including Los Angeles, Irvine, Sacramento, San Diego, and the San Francisco Bay Area. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Gail prefers to mediate disputes via Zoom, and she is pleased to mediate remotely for attorneys and their clients throughout the United States.