PAGA Class Actions And California Labor Code Violations

The Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) was enacted in 2004 and pertains to employees and California's Labor and Workforce Development Agency (LWDA). A private individual can file a civil action to seek penalties for specific violations, including violations to the California Labor Code violations, health and safety violations, and more.

At Righetti · Glugoski, P.C., we work with clients in the Bay Area and statewide. Our firm has a unique focus in the area of class action litigation, with specific experience handling California Labor Code violations and employment-related issues. Our trial experience is what sets our attorneys apart. We are keenly familiar with the tactical skills necessary to get results in the courtroom and are respected among judges and our peers.

Civil Actions And PAGA Protection

As an employee, you have the right to work with a lawyer if your employer is not paying you for overtime, forcing unpaid rest breaks or are dealing with other wage or employment law violations. Issues involving PAGA are complex, so talking with an attorney at Righetti · Glugoski, P.C., to determine the status of a violation or issue with your employer is a critical step in the process of establishing a claim. We will take time to listen to your side of the story and provide hands-on advice about options available to you, and your rights.

Your First Consultation Is Free

Contact our firm at 415-983-0900 or 800-447-5549 to schedule your first meeting with our team. Our lawyers offer free initial consultations. Located in San Francisco, we serve clients throughout the state of California.