Here are some of the most common types of employment claims I litigate on a regular basis. This is not an exhaustive list of all types of cases I handle. So feel free to contact me about any employment law concern you have. I will always strive to assist in any way I can or if it’s a subject that I do not handle (such as Workers’ Compensation claims) I will likely know other attorneys who specialize in that field
Disparate treatment based on RACE, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, ANCESTRY, FOREIGN LANGUAGE/ACCENT, COLOR, AGE, RELIGION, STATUS OF BEING AN ADDICT, PREGNANCY, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, ETC.
Being propositioned sexually at work, subjected to unwelcome physical advances, told that submission to sexual requests is required to keep your job or you are subjected to a hostile and sexually offensive work environment.
Being subjected to an adverse employment action (such as termination) for having complained of discrimination on your own or someone else's behalf.
Adverse job consequences for having complained about, opposed, reported or refused to take part in unlawful activity in the workplace.
Terminating an employee for reasons that violate the law or an employer's failure to comply with the terms of an employment agreement.
An employer’s failure to pay wages due, overtime compensation or minimum wage. Also includes misclassification of employees as exempt from the payment of overtime or as independent contractors.
Discrimination based on disability, failure to accommodate a disability and discrimination based on a medical condition.
False statements about job performance or conduct that harms your reputation, including false negative references provided to a potential employer by a former employer.
Misrepresentations, or omissions of essential information, made to convince you to accept or continue working a job, especially where accepting the job involved relocation.
Personal/family leave guaranteed under the federal Family Medical Leave Act, California Family Rights Act, California Pregnancy Disability Leave Law or the California Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act.