Experienced Bay Area Employment Law Attorneys
We believe strongly in protecting the rights of employees. Both federal and state laws protect workers from being victims of harassment, stalking, discrimination and unfair wages. Yet, California employers do not always follow the law. Our experienced employment lawyers are ready to fight large corporations and businesses that consistently abuse their workers through unfair overtime wages, discriminating policies and wrongful termination.
Corporations and businesses in California that routinely break employment laws can—and should — be held accountable for their wrongdoing. We are not afraid to take on even the largest corporations in the Bay Area.
When Conflict Arises
Even though there are laws in place to protect your rights as an employee, you may still find that you’re involved in a dispute with your employer. This conflict could have an adverse impact on your wages, benefits, long-term career potential and quality of life.
If you’re involved in an employment law dispute, you will want to reach a resolution as soon as possible. However, you may be too intimidated to speak with your employer or you may have tried to discuss the conflict, only to receive little to no support. In these instances, it may be in your best interest to consult with an employment law attorney.
The employment law attorneys at our firm have successfully represented employees through a variety of complex employment law situations, including:
- Wrongful termination
- Sexual harassment
- Age discrimination
- Pregnancy and gender discrimination
- Race discrimination
- Overtime and wage disputes
- Benefit disputes
- Family and Medical Leave Act issues
Protecting Your Rights
As an employee, you have the right to be treated fairly by your employer. If you believe that your employer may have violated the law in its dealings with you, contact us to seek advice from an employment law professional. We are happy to meet with you one on one to discuss your case and provide you with guidance so that you can take measures to resolve your employment dispute.