Based in San Francisco and Los Angeles, the team of attorneys at Olivier & Schreiber represents individuals and classes throughout California and nationally in employment, civil rights, and consumer protection matters. If you believe your rights have been violated by a business or employer, or if you have lost money from a company’s wrongful conduct, the lawyers at Olivier & Schreiber are committed to helping you get justice.
Monique took on a complicated medical malpractice appeal for my clients after we obtained a jury verdict. Not only was she successful in upholding the verdict, but it became a published decision that helped define the landscape of California law. For her efforts she was recognized by California Lawyer Magazine as an "Attorney of the Year" for medical malpractice! When I have an appellate issue, Monique is my first choice!!
Hiring Monique Olivier to handle the appeal of a trial I won was easily one of the best decisions I have made in my entire legal career. In addition to being incredibly smart, Monique’s skills and preparation were impeccable. She gave me a tremendous amount of confidence, and did an incredible job in every aspect of our appeal. My clients and I will always be grateful for Monique's superior work, and I strongly recommend her as an appellate lawyer.
Christian and his team looked out for my best interests. They had my back and were professional and unrelenting in achieving fairness for me.
Christian Schreiber was very supportive, considerate, and understanding of my situation. Super hardworking, it felt as if he was always working on my case, and always kept me in the loop. I truly appreciated that. He was always available and was super quick to answer any questions or concerns I had. He has a true passion for this job and I will highly recommend him.
I needed counsel ready to interact with a delinquent, low integrity, and untrustworthy employer. I also needed clear guidance on the path ahead. O&S was instrumental in driving the clarity I needed while being both comforting and "no nonsense." Deeply satisfied with my representation, I have recommended O&S numerous times to others in need of employment labor counsel.
Monique Olivier came highly recommended to me by a dear friend. After one meeting, it was clear to me that she was the direct, wise, and earnest attorney that I needed to back me. Monique was accessible and patient with me, particularly with the emotional aspects of my situation, and was able to provide clear and honest counsel. In the end, we were a successful team. I will forever be grateful for her support and advocacy. I cannot recommend her highly enough.
Christian is an extremely knowledgeable class action attorney. He's very passionate about protecting employees' rights and helping others. In sum, an outstanding lawyer and a very kind person. I can't recommend him enough.
Obtained judgment for unpaid wages on behalf of class of 2,000 flight attendants.
Settled a fair housing dispute on behalf of a disabled adult who alleged he had been denied housing due to his disability.
Obtained jury verdict on behalf of workers in the property preservation industry who had been misclassified as independent contractors.
Settled an $18.4 million class action brought under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) on behalf of a class of individuals with expunged criminal records.
Successfully defended jury verdict on appeal on behalf of wrongfully terminated CHP officer.
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