PRACTICE AREAS

Our firm represents hundreds of thousands of individuals

from nearly every industry who are paid under a wide variety

of pay plans  (hourly, salary, piece-rate, bonus, commission, etc.)

Employee Rights

With so many complex layers of federal, state and local laws designed to protect employees – some employers break the law because they are not aware of what’s required in a particular geographic area. Other employers knowingly break the law in order to take advantage of workers and business competitors. No matter what the circumstances, we hold companies accountable.

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Privacy Litigation

Companies collect more sensitive personal information than ever before, making data breaches and cybercrime involving identify theft increasingly common. We help victims of security incidents like these recover from what can be a very expensive and time-consuming process.

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Consumer laws & false advertising

Deceptive and manipulative business practices cheat consumers out of their hard-earned money and unfairly damage the competition. Many laws and regulations have been put in place over the years to protect the rights of consumers.

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Complex class actions

When you’ve been wronged by a business – the time and expenses of an individual lawsuit are often too much to make it worthwhile to pursue. Class action litigation levels the playing field and protects the rights of individual employees and consumers by holding careless and unscrupulous companies responsible when they violate the rights of individuals.

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Arbitration Proceedings

The arbitration process if frequently invoked by companies to resolve disputes. The arbitration process is less formal and less structured than typical court proceedings. However, it is advantageous for you to have expert legal counsel at arbitration proceedings!

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LABOR CODE 226 PAPER WAGE STATEMENT REQUIREMENTS

When employees receive wages by direct deposit, employers are generally required to provide its employees with a wage statement in writing on a page of paper. Some employers choose to only provide employees with electronic access to employee wage statements. Employers violate the law when the employees are not provided a choice to receive paper wage statements as an alternative to electronic wage statements.

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HOME OFFICE EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT REQUIREMENTS

When employers expect employees to work from home then employers are required to reimburse all expenses involved in providing and maintaining the employees’ home offices. The reason for this rule is to prevent employers from passing on operating expenses to employees.

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Recent Settlements

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Failure to Provide Seats
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Violation of FCRA
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Meal and Rest breaks
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Misclassification of AMs
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Misclassification of fast food managers
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