Los Angeles Employment Lawyer
Los Angeles Employment Lawyer
Over $100 Million Recovered for California Employees
Your employer has rights and responsibilities when it comes to managing employees. California employment law protects employees’ pay; work hours; working conditions; work environment; training, hiring, and firing processes, and more. If you were treated unfairly at the workplace and you have a case, you may be entitled to compensation. At Strauss & Strauss, APC our employment law attorneys in Los Angeles have successfully helped employees throughout Los Angeles County for many years. From matters involving discrimination, hostile work environment, misclassification, unreimbursed expenses, wage claims, class actions, and wrongful termination, we are committed to protecting the rights of employees throughout California. Our Los Angeles employment lawyers are thoroughly experienced and prepared to handle your complex labor law matters -- you deserve recompense if you were treated unfairly. Do not hesitate to get in touch with us today.
For seasoned guidance with your complex labor law matter, reach out to Strauss & Strauss, APC. Contact us online or call (805) 303-8115 for a free initial consultation with a Los Angeles employment lawyer from our firm.
Employment Law Matters We Handle
Our employment lawyers in Los Angeles are backed by years of experience -- they are aggressive, accomplished litigators who are dedicated to fighting for the rights of California employees. They will not stop fighting until a favorable outcome is secured for your case. We are prepared to do an exhaustive investigation of your case and will explore all of your legal options.
At Strauss & Strauss, APC our Los Angeles employment law attorneys have successfully represented clients in individual lawsuits and class actions involving the following:
- Discrimination in the Workplace
- Hostile Work Environment
- Independent Contractor Misclassification
- Misclassification of Non-Exempt Employees
- Unreimbursed Business Expenses
- Wage Claims
- Wrongful Termination
- Class Action Lawsuits
Laws That Protect Employees in California
Employees in Los Angeles are protected by both federal and state laws. California is a state that cares about its people and there are many laws devoted to protecting the rights of employees.
Below are some laws that protect California employees:
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
Do I Have an Employment Law Case?
If you were treated wrongly at your place of employment, it may be difficult to determine if you have a case without speaking with a skilled Los Angeles employment lawyer. Typically, most cases involve discrimination, harassment, and retaliation or overlap of these categories. For example, employment discrimination cases involve retaliation or taking adverse actions against an employee which may include workplace harassment, failing to provide you equal pay, or wrongful termination.
Call (805) 303-8115 or contact Strauss & Strauss, APC online to schedule a consultation with a seasoned employment lawyer in Los Angeles
Hear What Our Clients Have to Say
"Strauss & Strauss represented me in several cases against a former employer. They were taking on a Fortune 500 company that employed some of the world's biggest law firms. Michael Strauss and Andrew Ellison beat them every time."Stephen Craig
We Don't Give UpIf we don't get a favorable ruling the first time around, we work hard to appeal cases to ensure we do everything we can for your case.
We Exclusively Represent Employees
We fight on behalf of employees only and are not afraid of going up against the largest corporations in the country, if not the world.
We Think Outside of the Box
Our seasoned team of attorneys come up with innovative solutions unheard of in the past in order to advance their cases in court.
Over $100 Million RecoveredIn the last decade, Strauss & Strauss APC has recovered over $100 million dollars for employees in California.