Gordon-Creed, Kelley, Holl & Sugerman, LLP is a Bay Area law firm representing companies and individuals in litigation and commercial transactions since 1994. While our practice has expanded greatly since the firm’s founding, we have chosen to remain a small firm with a roster of interesting clients, engaging work, and highly qualified associates. We are proud of the firm we have created and of the work we do. We are dedicated to helping our clients thrive.
Our clients are Fortune 500 companies and startups · public entities and sole proprietors · non-profits and individuals.
Our clients choose us and stay with us because we achieve outstanding results on a consistent basis. We recognize what’s at stake, understand the endgame, and take care of our clients’ interests as if they were our own.
We provide a full range of litigation services.
We have the skill required to prosecute and defend cases through trial and appeal. GKHS routinely obtains summary judgments, favorable settlements, and successful verdicts in mediations, arbitrations, and trial. We are also seasoned appellate practitioners, having handled over a two hundred cases in the California courts of appeal and Ninth Circuit.
We are committed to diversity.
We hire, support and retain women and ethnic minorities as attorneys, support staff and vendors. The firm’s commitment to workplace diversity includes paid maternity leave and providing medical benefits equally to spouses, same sex or opposite sex domestic partners. GKHS complies with the requirements of the City and County of San Francisco for contractors as overseen by San Francisco’s Human Rights Commission.
We are highly motivated.
The firm’s partners and associates all maintain a high level of involvement in every project we undertake. We are dedicated to forming meaningful and long-term professional relationships with our clients, and to achieving the best possible outcome in every case.
We are deeply involved in our communities.
We are actively involved in nonprofit and pro bono work in our communities. Participation ranges from board and advisory support, to pro bono legal representation, fundraising, and grass-roots volunteer efforts. The causes we support include non-profit organizations benefiting underprivileged children, grassroots advocacy and educational groups, non-profit arts organizations, local alumni associations, and governmental advisory boards, among others.