Employee Rights

Employee Rights 2015-05-15T09:29:11+00:00


Wrongful Termination and Illegal Employer Practices

You may be a victim of wrongful termination, harassment, or retaliation by your employer. As an At Will employee under California law, certain steps need to be taken immediately in order to preserve your rights. If you are looking for information about wrongful termination laws, contact a California employment law attorney at our office today for free legal advice.


Filing a Suit Against Your Former Employer

In order to file a successful wrongful termination lawsuit, an employee must follow all of the required administrative procedures mandated by California labor laws. In addition, the employee must prove that the termination violates public policy. Our firm accepts qualified wrongful termination lawsuits on a contingency fee basis, meaning that employees who are victims of wrongful termination never pay our attorneys unless we get a settlement or judgment.


Areas of Expertise

Our areas of focus cover the full spectrum of California employment law. We have expertise litigating a wide variety of individual and class action employment cases, including:

  • Disability Discrimination
  • Pregnancy Discrimination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Protected Leaves
  • Compensation issues, including commission, bonus, wages and wage and hour disputes
  • Wage and Hour Class Actions
  • Retaliation
  • Wrongful Termination

We understand how difficult it can be to lose your job due to discrimination, harassment, retaliation, termination or harassment for being a whistle blower, or other unfair employer practices.

If you think that your former employer is guilty of any of these illegal practices, take action now and contact our firm today by completing the free case review form below.

Free Case Review

Please complete the form below and our offices will be in contact to discuss the details of your case under no obligation to you.