Caleb Lee concentrates his legal practice on the representation and counsel of management in matters related to employment law. 

Caleb routinely appears in federal and state courts as well as before administrative agencies, defending employers against a variety of employment litigation and administrative charge matters. He has represented clients in class actions for wage and hour claims under the California Labor Code and Fair Labor Standards Act, background check claims under California's Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act, Consumer Credit Reporting Agencies Act, and federal Fair Credit Reporting Act, and representative actions under the Private Attorneys General Act. 

Prior to joining FordHarrison's San Francisco Bay Area office, Caleb was an associate in the labor and employment practice group of a large general services law firm with offices throughout the U.S. While in law school, he served as Notes Editor for the Hastings International and Comparative Law Review and Academic Chair for the Korean American Law Student Association.

Representative Experience
  • Obtained favorable settlement in a multi-plaintiff employment law case on behalf of a construction/welding company;
  • Represented regional and national entities on numerous wage and hour class actions and effectively and efficiently reaching resolutions;
  • Represented national trucking companies against a class action lawsuit involving the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act.
  • Korean (fluent)
  • Mandarin (proficient)