Labor & Employment Law

Attorneys filing employment suits against public entities and other institutional entities oftentimes see “deep pockets,” thus making these clients most vulnerable to being sued. Having an aggressive, experienced, and smart legal team to fight off these claims is critical for any institutional client. Our lawyers are experienced defending public entities, large and small, in this area.

From Age Discrimination claims to Wrongful Termination cases, from the simplest of cases to complex multi-party litigation, our lawyers are ready to fight, not roll-over. If trial is the best option, we go to trial, prepared and ready. State court, federal court, arbitration, California or elsewhere, it doesn’t matter. We are ready. If resolution is preferred, we have the negotiating skills and experience, backed by solid trial experience, to achieve the best results for you.

Our lawyers truly understand the applicable governmental immunities, how the Tort Claims Actworks, and the affirmative defenses available in these types of cases (all advantageous to public entities, districts, and the like). So whether going to trial or arguing a dispositive motion, such as a motion for summary judgment, our lawyers know how to fight on behalf of governmental entities, and other large institutions, both public and private.

We have broad experience in the following areas:

  • ADA
  • Racial Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Labor Code claims, including 132A
  • Age Discrimination
  • Disability Cases
  • OSHA Litigation
  • DFEH and EEOC Litigation
  • Benefits and ERISA Litigation
  • Employee solicitation
  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Workplace Violence
  • ADEA
  • CFRA and FMLA litigation
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Contract Disputes
  • Wrongful termination
  • Religious Discrimination
  • Title VII claims
  • Veterans Reemployment Act
  • Retaliation claims
  • Negligent Hiring
  • Whistleblower litigation

We also handle Labor Claims, including:

  • Vacation
  • Exempt v Non-exempt
  • Overtime pay
  • Government AuditsFLSA
  • Meal Peri
  • Independent Contractor status
  • Rest breaks
  • Minimum wage
  • Regulatory Violations

Contact Us to discuss your legal matter in more detail