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Experienced Attorneys with a Successful History of Fighting for Justice Coast to Coast

San Francisco Employment, Civil Rights, and Personal Injury Lawyers

When you have been discriminated against at work, fired for opposing unlawful conduct, or injured by the negligence of another, you need the assistance of attorneys and counselors at law who can right the wrong which has been done to you and help you get back on track. At Kaupp & Feinberg, that’s what we do.

Aggressive in Court, Compassionate with Clients

At Kaupp & Feinberg, our chief care and concern is with your rights and your well-being. We value our role as counselor at law as much as our role as attorney at law, and we will provide you with the advice and assistance you need to address your legal matter and make you whole. In negotiations or litigation with your adversary, you will find that we are aggressive advocates on your behalf, fighting effectively to achieve a satisfactory and successful result.

With an extensive background in civil rights and immigration cases, we have the experience necessary to handle not only civil rights litigation but also employment discrimination, sexual harassment, whistleblower, and retaliation claims. We have had to frequently go up against government lawyers who expend their unlimited resources and often fight cases all the way through trial and appeal. Our background in these areas has led us to prepare every case for trial from the start and be ready to go the distance for our clients.

With you from Start to Finish

At Kaupp & Feinberg, we are here for you at every step of the way. We offer a free initial consultation, and in appropriate matters we can take your case on a contingency basis, meaning it will not cost you any money up front to pursue your case, and we only charge a fee if and when we recover for you.  All clients should know, however, that if you lose, you may be liable for defendant’s costs. We are available for weekend or evening meetings when necessary to fit your work schedule, and if you are unable to travel to our offices, we can arrange to come to you. We invite you to give us a call or contact us online for a free consultation. We will take the time to sit down with you, listen to you, and let you know how we can help you. Call (415) 896-4588. We look forward to meeting you and having the opportunity to help you with your legal needs.

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  • Trial victories

    Sexual Harassment case won a $2.5 million verdict for two sexual assaults and hostile work environment.

    In a tort case won a verdict against off-duty police officers who beat and robbed two passersby for their Steak Fajitas.

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  • Settlements

    In a race discrimination case $230k settlement for bank executive who alleged wrongful termination because of race discrimination.

    In a sexual harassment case $120k settlement for softball player sexually harassed by coach at her university.

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  • Appellate victories

    In Poulsen v. U.S. Department of Defendse, Kaupp & Feinberg won the release of FISA materials for the first time in the history of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court when it won the release of the Carter Page FISA materials. The FBI's Section Chief for the Record/Information Dissemination Section, David M. Hardy stated under oath - "It is wholly unprecedented for the Government to disclose FISA applications at all, whether under the FOIA or otherwise."

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Sexual Harassment Case Won a $2.5 Million Verdict for Two Sexual Assaults and Hostile
Work Environment

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Logging Protestors Win Pepper Spray Trial

The plaintiffs and their legal team outside the San Francisco Federal Courthouse just after the case went to the jury in the September 2004 second trial. Front row (in lockdown positions): Lisa Sanderson-Fox, lawyers Bill Simpich and Dennis Cunningham, Spring Lundberg and Noel Tendick. Back row: Maya Portugal, lawyer Gordon Kaupp, Sam Neuwirth, lawyers Tony Serra and Bob Bloom, Banka Schneider, Mike McCurdy. Not pictured: Terri Slanetz, lawyer Ben Rosenfeld. Photo by Nicholas Wilson, 9/21/04.

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  • $1.6 Million Employment
    Discrimination Verdict Upheld

    Argued and won an appeal in a sexual orientation discrimination case that upheld a $1.6 million verdict, which is the largest verdict upheld in New York against an individual in a discrimination case.

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  • Nurse With Rare Brain
    Disorder Wins $4 Million
    Suit Against Hospital

    Argued and won the appeal in a disability discrimination case that paved the way for a $4 million verdict against a hospital on behalf of a nurse.

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  • Emergency Oil Spill Responders in the San Francisco Bay Win
    Right to Premium Pay

    In a wage and hour case, won an appeal that resulted in a published opinion that banned the practice of employers setting two separate weekly schedules to avoid premium pay.

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