Adrian Barnes has over 12 years of experience successfully representing consumers and employees in class-action cases. Adrian is currently pursuing litigation against a number of leading financial and healthcare companies for the unauthorized disclosure of customers’ confidential financial and medical information.
Adrian has represented clients before the National Labor Relations Board, the Public Employment Relations Board, and has litigated class actions to the Supreme Court. He has also obtained favorable settlements in multi-million-dollar class actions under California’s wage and hour laws.
Adrian earned his law degree from Columbia Law School, where he was on the editorial board of the Columbia Law Review, was a James Kent Scholar, and received the Emil Schlesinger Prize for the student most proficient in labor law. Prior to law school, Adrian earned a bachelor’s degree in Rhetoric from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s degree in English Literature from University College London.