310-319-6188

Attorneys At Law, Representing Employees in Civil Rights and Employment Litigation

Iris Weinmann

iris weinmannPartner

Iris Weinmann has been concentrating her practice on representing employees in employment related litigation since 1994. Together with Paul Greenberg, Ms. Weinmann has successfully tried multiple employment cases to verdict. She has also argued several appeals before the Court of Appeal for the State of California and has obtained published decisions. Ms. Weinmann has been very successful in defeating numerous summary judgment motions over the past 20 years and in resolving cases for significant sums after active litigation, but prior to trial.

Ms. Weinmann is a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, and LEFTJAW, a local organization dedicated to the effective representation of plaintiffs in employment matters. Ms. Weinmann has spoken on employment related issues at seminars hosted by these organizations, and has had several articles published in legal journals.

Ms. Weinmann was admitted to the California State Bar in December 1992, after receiving her Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University School of Law in 1992, where she graduated magna cum laude. Ms. Weinmann was a Dean's Merit Scholar, and an associate editor of the Pepperdine Law Review. Ms. Weinmann was admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States in April of 2005.

Prior to entering law school, Ms. Weinmann was a Regent's Scholar at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she received her undergraduate degree in Economics/Business in 1989. She graduated magna cum laude and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

Publications

  • Pre-emption, Limits on Damages and Other Industry-Specific Burdens to Plaintiffs' Employment Claims: The National Bank Act, ERISA and NLRA Are But a Few of the Statutory and Regulatory Quagmires, Advocate: Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California, April 2013.
    Download | View

  • Looking for Liability in All the Right Places: A Look at Common Causes of Action in Employment Cases, and the Potential Benefits of Bringing Such Claims, Advocate: Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California, April 2012.
    Download | View

  • When the Defense Gets Offensive: Responding to the Defendant's Offensive Conduct in Employment Litigation, Advocate: Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California, April 2011.
    Download | View

  • Don't Invade MySpace: Responding to Employers' Attempts to Discover Information from Social Network Sites, Advocate: Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California, April 2010.
    Download | View

  • Things I Wish My Mother Had Told Me About Employment Law: Mistakes to Avoid in Initiating Employment Cases, Advocate: Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California, May 2009.
    Download | View

  • I Hear You Knocking But You Can't Get It In – Or Can You? Bringing and Responding to Motions in Limine in Employment Cases, Advocate: Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California, May 2008.
    Download | View

  • Defense Mental Examinations: Don't Let Them Make You Crazy, Advocate: Journal of Consumers Attorneys Associations for Southern California, May 2007.
    Download | View

  • Protecting Employee Privacy Rights in Employment Litigation, Advocate: Journal of Consumers Attorneys Associations for Southern California, Sept. 2006.
    Download | View

  • Mandatory Arbitration: The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, Advocate: Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California, Oct. 2003.
    Download | View

The information contained above is intended for purely informational purposes.
It does not in any way constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. 
Use of such material does not, in any way, constitute an attorney-client relationship; only an express signed agreement can create such a relationship.

Practice Areas    |   Our Attorneys   |   FAQ   |  California Employees Defamation Blog  |  Ready to Talk?  

1101 Montana Ave., Suite D, Santa Monica, CA 90403

© 2014 Greenberg & Weinmann - All Rights Reserved
website build | designwebolution9