Gittler & Berg (formerly Gittler & Bradford) was founded in 1977, and has a wide range of expertise, bringing to clients large firm depth of experience and skill, with smaller firm attention and economy. The most current computer and legal technologies are employed to maximize results. The firm specializes in representing companies, public and private institutions, and individuals in connection with the entire spectrum of the legal needs, including trial, arbitration and mediation, and transactional negotiation, drafting and advice. In addition to working on behalf of insurance companies and self-insureds to defend skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, hospitals and the entire range of healthcare providers, the attorneys at Gittler and Berg represent clients in the manufacturing, real estate, business and internet sectors. Our team has extensive business, as well as legal experience, and understands the challenges faced by commercial enterprises.
Gittler & Berg has also successfully represented clients before all appellate courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. Several of the attorneys have worked as clerks for various courts, including the Chief Justice of the California Court of Appeals and the Chief Judge of the Federal District Court, Southern District of California.
Gittler & Berg is a unique law firm, in that each of its attorneys has over 25 years of litigation experience, including trials, arbitrations and mediations. Each client can feel confident that their case will be assigned to a particular attorney who will evaluate the merits of the case, will personally do the work on their case, and will always be available to personally address all of the client’s inquiries. This personalized, “hands-on” approach sets Gittler, & Berg apart from other firms.
A key criteria when considering a law firm to represent you is the record of success. In addition to the testimonials which can be viewed on this website, we would be pleased to provide you with client references upon request. The attorneys at Gittler & Berg never lose sight of the fact that legal services are a means to an end, and that a lawyer’s job is to facilitate the goals of the client.