Christopher Berberian is a perceptive and committed litigator who founded Berberian Law, P.C. to help those who have been wronged in the workplace. Chris focuses his practice on representing employees in various employment-related matters including wrongful termination and constructive discharge, discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, and wage and hour laws. Chris’s previous experience as a defense attorney representing employers and insurance companies provides him with unique insight and understanding into the employer’s point of view, allowing him to analyze and evaluate cases from all perspectives and help clients best achieve their goals. Chris provides a client-centric approach and personalized representation by truly putting himself in the client’s shoes and looking at the legal process from the client’s point of view.
Chris is a Southern California native. Chris graduated from the University of California San Diego, cum laude, with a degree in Political Science. Chris then graduated from Loyola Law School (Los Angeles), where he served as the Senior Production Editor of the International and Comparative Law Review. After graduating from law school, Chris joined Baker Keener & Nahra, LLP, where he represented numerous clients, both plaintiffs and defendants, in business disputes and in matters involving professional liability, product liability, personal injury, and insurance bad faith, both thorough law, and motion, at trial and at the appellate level. Thereafter, Chris was an attorney at Michelman & Robinson, LLP, where he focused his practice on labor and employment defense.
Chris is admitted to practice before all California state courts, the United States District Court for the Central and Eastern Districts of California, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.