Lindbergh Porter represents employers in all types of employment litigation, including:
- Wage and hour
- Class actions
- Wrongful Termination
He has represented employers in more than 50 state and federal court, jury, and regulatory agency trials including before the National Labor Relations Board, the Department of Labor and the Department of Fair Employment and Housing. In addition to representing clients in collective bargaining and other phases of traditional labor matters, he has handled approximately 100 arbitrations. In appellate practice, he has briefed or argued more than a dozen state and federal appellate cases, including several that set legal precedent, and he has handled more than 30 class actions. He has specific experience with:
- Title VII
- The Fair Labor Standards Act
- The National Labor Relations Act
- The Fair Employment and Housing Act
Additionally, Lindbergh authors numerous articles and speaks at employment and labor law seminars and conferences sponsored by national, state, and local bar associations and industry organizations. Most often, he works with clients in:
- Financial services
- Health care
Lindbergh serves as a neutral evaluator for the United States District Court and has served as a lawyer representative to the United States Court of Appeals.
Lindbergh is a member of Littler Mendelson's Diversity and Inclusion Committee and has served on the Board of Directors and the Hiring Committee. Prior to practicing law, he worked in retail management and for a non-profit organization.
In law school, he was a National Moot Court finalist. He has taught Moot Court at the University of California Berkeley School of Law.