Gruenbeck & Vogeler is a law firm based in the technology center of Southern California. Founded in the 1990's to serve rapidly expanding Internet businesses, Gruenbeck & Vogeler has evolved to become a full-service law firm.
In addition to its cutting-edge expertise in Internet and media issues, Gruenbeck & Vogeler serves clients with a variety of legal needs. Their lawyers practice business, corporate, employment, family, civil and criminal law. Their attorneys have represented plaintiffs and defendants throughout California and elsewhere.
Gruenbeck & Vogeler is a small firm that takes pride in advocating the rights of individuals and small businesses, yet has battled with some of the largest companies and law firms in the country. Learning from this experience, Gruenbeck & Vogeler strives to resolve cases as much as possible through negotiation and settlement. But if litigation is necessary, their lawyers are trained to win.
Thomas S. Gruenbeck and William K. Vogeler
"Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. Point out to them how the nominal winner is often a real loser --- in fees, expenses and waste of time. As a peacemaker the lawyer has a superior opportunity of being a good man."
After suing the National Football League and its premiere receiver Terrell Owens, Gruenbeck & Vogeler established a national reputation as an aggressive law firm in state and federal courts. Building on its success in high-profile matters, the law firm has litigated against basketball player Kobe Bryant and other celebrities. The firm has also represented numerous media personalities, including directors, actors, musicians and models.
Educated in domestic and international law, Gruenbeck & Vogeler lawyers have served on the faculties at three different universities. They have published more than 500 articles in legal journals, and lectured for national and international business organizations. With clients and legal associates in the United States, Europe and Asia, they speak many different languages, including English, Spanish, French and German.