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In some cases, you may have no other recourse but to file a lawsuit. Certain instances in which legal action may be necessary include:
- Your employer fired you without cause.
- You are subjected to sexual harassment from fellow employees.
- You were misclassified as an independent contractor.
- Your employer denies you leave under the California Family Rights Act (CFRA).
At your free initial consult, we will discuss the individual details of your case and what we can do to make things fair.
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Experience Is What Sets Us Apart
Under California and federal law, employees have rights on the job. We make sure employers don’t violate them.
Attorney Jay Rothman has 51 years of litigation experience protecting the rights of workers who have suffered discrimination, harassment, illegal termination, and wage and hour violations in the workplace. Under Mr. Rothman’s direction, our firm has actively litigated many thousands of cases to successful conclusion.
Have Your Employee Rights Been Violated?
No Employment Law Case Is Beyond Our Capabilities
Including race, age, sex and all other forms of discrimination illegal under the American Civil Rights Act.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that harassment on the job is a form of illegal discrimination. Don’t put up with it.
Wage and hour disputes
Under state and federal law, employers are required to follow strict regulations regarding wages, overtime pay and proper classification as salaried or hourly compensation. If you have been cheated out of compensation you are owed, we are ready to help.
California is a free-will employment state. That does not mean your employer has the right to fire you or retaliate against you for reasons that violate your civil rights.
“When you report to work every day, you don’t give up your civil rights. We make sure your employer honors your workplace rights in an environment free from discrimination.”
— Attorney Jay Rothman