EMPLOYMENT LAW PRACTICE AREAS
All California employees have a right to be paid for their work. When an employer refuses to pay wages an employee has earned, or when the employer violates state or federal laws governing wages and overtime, employees are entitled to a remedy.
If you believe you were the victim of employment discrimination in California, contact our lawyers to obtain a free evaluation of your case.
Although most employees in California are “at will” (meaning employers can fire them for just about any reason or for no reason), employers cannot fire employees for an illegal or improper reason.
The misclassification of employees as independent contractors is a widespread problem in the State of California. Studies show that as many as a third of all workers in certain industries are improperly classified.
Did your employer fail to reimburse you for work-related expenses? Many expenses are required by law to be covered by your employer. Find out if your rights were violated.
Did your employer fail to provide you adequate time to take advantage of your meal periods and/or rest breaks. California employers are allowed multiple break periods per day.