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Anthony Guzman represents employers in traditional labor disputes and complex wage and hour class and collective actions. He regularly works with employers in the health care, energy, logistics, and agricultural sectors in developing strategies for union-election campaigns, workplace litigation, and executive employment agreements. He has argued in both federal and state court, as well as before government agencies such as the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement and National Labor Relations Board.

Anthony is an active member of the legal community. He regularly writes published articles for major legal news outlets, on a variety of emerging arguments and legal trends. He also serves as one of the coaches for U.C. Berkeley, School of Law mock trial program, where he coached their Labor & Employment trial team to a national championship during his first competitive season.



  • Represented international logistics company in a wage & hour class action, involving claims under California’s Private Attorneys General Act. Following an aggressive declaration drive that undercut significant aspects of the representative plaintiff’s certification theory, the parties settled for less than 1/15th of projected liability.°
  • Represented one of the nation’s largest package delivery companies in two concurrently filed sexual harassment lawsuits involving emotionally charged allegations against the employee of one of the company’s on-site third-party security vendors. After outlining the company’s lack of knowledge and lack control over the vendor’s personnel under the established contract to Plaintiff, the company was able to settle the matters before they proceeded to discovery.°
  • Represented prominent data-security and tech company and a large professional employer organization in a complex lawsuit, involving multiple defendants and cross-complaints on issues of trade secret misappropriation, whistleblowing, and breach of stock option and confidentiality contracts. After compelling the matter to arbitration and filing a motion for summary judgment, the arbitrator tentatively dismissed the professional employer organization altogether and all but two claims against the data-security and tech company. Plaintiff accepted a settlement proposal soon thereafter, before the arbitrator issued the final decision.°

°The above representations were handled by Mr. Guzman prior to his joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.

  • Law Clerk, Institute for Justice, 2014

Recognition & Leadership

  • Listed, The Best Lawyers in America, "Ones to Watch," 2022-2024
    • Labor and Employment Law - Management, 2022-2024
    • Litigation - Labor and Employment, 2022-2024
  • Selected, Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD), "Pathfinder,” 2023
  • Recipient, Minority Bar Coalition (MBC) of the San Francisco Bay Area, MBC Unity Award, 2022
  • Listed, Super Lawyers magazine, Northern California Super Lawyers, "Rising Stars," 2022-2023
  • National Champions, ABA Labor & Employment Trial Advocacy Competition, 2020
  • Board Member, The Bar Association of San Francisco’s (BASF) Barristers Club, 2022-Present
    • Diversity Director, 2022-Present
    • Diversity & Inclusion Committee Chair, 2022-Present
    • Diversity Conference Planning Chair, 2022-Present
  • Member, National Association of Legal Advocacy Educators, 2020-Present
  • Coach, Trial Team, University of California, Berkeley School of Law, 2019-Present


  • J.D., University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), 2016
  • B.A., summa cum laude, California State University, Fresno, 2013
  • California
  • Nevada