Alan Garber founded THE GARBER LAW FIRM PC in May 2001 to fulfill his purpose that every person should have the best legal representation when seeking justice from America’s biggest corporations and our government.
Alan’s success, skill, integrity, and dedication to his clients has not gone unnoticed. He has been designated by Georgia Trend Magazine’s as one of Georgia’s “Legal Elite” in the areas of both Labor and Employment Law and also Business Litigation.
Alan has been handling complex cases in federal and state courts in Georgia and other states for more than 15 years. Since 2001, Alan has dedicated his practice primarily to the contingency-fee representation of workers with employment problems, such as unpaid overtime and wages, unpaid commissions, discrimination and harassment because of race, sex, religion, or age, or Family Medical Leave or disability, EEOC and civil rights cases, and protecting whistleblowers trying to do what’s right.
Alan has successfully handled scores of wage and hour cases, overtime and misclassification cases, and discrimination and harassment cases. His successes include class actions in Georgia, Oklahoma, and other courts in the Southeast, as well as business and commercial disputes.
Alan is a frequent speaker and panelist at Employment Law Seminars for other attorneys. His topics have ranged from Overtime-Class Actions to Protecting Victims of Discrimination from Retaliation to Recent Developments in the Law.
- Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey School of Law – Newark, Newark, New Jersey, J.D. – 1994
- Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, M.B.A. – 1986
- Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, B.S. – 1980
- Georgia, 2000
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