A native of the Inland Empire, John “Jack” Tomberlin attended The University of California: Riverside for his undergraduate education. After college, Jack attended Washington University School of Law, a top-20 law school in St. Louis, Missouri and was a Senior Editor for the legal journal Jurisprudence Review.

As an attorney, Jack serves as a fierce advocate for employees’ civil rights in the workplace. Jack fights for the rights of employees and independent contractors including:

The right to be treated fairly in wages and working conditions;

The right to enforce your employer’s promises;

The right to a workplace free from unlawful discrimination or harassment;

The right to an equal opportunity at job security and advancement; and

The right to report or oppose unlawful policies and practices without fear of whistleblower retaliation.

When Jack is not representing the rights of individual employees, he represents labor unions in enforcing the rights they negotiated for their members and before the National Labor Relations Board.  He is licensed to practice law in California, Arizona, Nevada, and Missouri.