We value family and community at Friedemann Goldberg. We pride ourselves of providing a healthy workplace for our employees and clients. We also hope that our healthy and active approach will translate out to the world and help build stronger communities.
We try every day to focus on the health and happiness of our employees and their families. We look to devote the same level of energy to the community as we devote to our clients and cases.
Our objective is to leave a lasting and positive impact on the community. That is why we have recycling and health programs in the workplace, offer internships to the next generation, accept cases on a pro bono basis, and volunteer in the community.
Through these efforts, the firm seeks to create a better present and more promising future for our families, our neighbors and the community as a whole.
Many of our attorneys have done pro bono legal work for land conservation organizations, health charities, education, festivals, preservation of personal property matters, and even personal injury. They have volunteered as mediators, small claims judges, and have served on judicial committees with several county courts.
Our employees have worked on planning commissions and served on boards of directors. We have worked with organizations for the developmentally disabled, exchange programs, health organizations, educational organizations, observatories, community symphonies, youth organizations, and junior athletics.
Our firm stresses the importance of healthy living in the office but also in every area of our lives. We continue to work with iWorkWell, a healthy workplace initiative in Sonoma County, and encourage our employees and their families to eat healthy and remain active including through the sponsorship of health club memberships.
Friedemann Goldberg has been recognized six consecutive years as one of the "Best Places to Work in the North Bay" by the North Bay Business Journal.