Jonathan M. Lebe
Jonathan M. Lebe is the founder and managing attorney of Lebe Law. Mr. Lebe has represented hundreds of employees and whistleblowers in single-plaintiff lawsuits and class actions.
In 2018, 2019 and 2020, Mr. Lebe was selected as a Super Lawyer Rising Star based on nominations from his peers, a distinction only received by 2.5% of attorneys. He is an active member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, an organization for plaintiff-side employment attorneys.
Before starting his own firm, Mr. Lebe was Deputy County Counsel with the Santa Clara County Counsel’s office, an attorney at a litigation firm representing public and private employers, and an attorney at a litigation firm representing employees in class actions.
He received his Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law. While in law school, he was a legal extern to the Hon. Nandor J. Vadas of the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California. Before going to law school, Mr. Lebe graduated from Northwestern University with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and International Studies.
As an Associate Attorney with Lebe Law, Zachary Gershman represents employees in single-plaintiff and class action lawsuits focusing on wage theft, employee misclassification, and other employment issues.
He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Gershman served as an Executive Senior Editor for the Southern California Law Review, clerked for a boutique litigation firm, and worked on a project with Professor Sam Erman to improve statewide passage rates with the California State Bar.
Prior to law school, Mr. Gershman graduated summa cum laude from the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. In college, he was a research assistant to Professor Matthew Singer and co-authored an article published in the Journal of Electoral Studies regarding international constitutional law titled Do Changes In District Magnitude Affect Electoral Fragmentation? Evidence Over Time at the District Level.