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Los Angeles Employment Attorneys

Los Angeles Employment Law Lawyers

Call our experienced Los Angeles Employment Lawyers at 323-238-4683 today for a free consultation to discuss your legal options. There are a number of rights that all employees have under California state and federal law.

The personal injury law firm of Bisnar Chase has what it takes to fight for your rights. Anyone who believes that his or her rights as a worker have been violated would be well advised to get in touch with a law firm that specializes in labor and employment law.

When you contact our law offices in Los Angeles County you will receive free legal advice from a law team member.

Los Angeles Employment Law


Employment law is a practice area that centers around the relationship between an employee and an employer. This can be a complicated area of law, with hundreds of federal and state statutes and regulations dedicated to workplace rights. Some of the major topics involving this type of law include discrimination, harassment, and compensation.

If you feel that you have been wronged in the workplace, speak to an employment law attorney in Los Angeles to learn more about your rights as an employee.

Employee Rights in California


Labor laws exist to protect workers by preventing discrimination, ensuring fair pay, and ensuring legal rest periods, among ofther things.

Another serious type of California labor law infraction that can lead to a class action lawsuit involves companies exercising a pattern of racial, gender or age discrimination against their employees.

To review California laws regarding employment, please refer to the links below:


Statictics regarding women, men, and Americans in general who have experienced harrassment in the workplace:

54%

Women

10%

Men

21%

Americans

Different Kinds of Employment Law Cases


There are a number of violations that California employers may commit that can lead to a class action lawsuit. Many class action suits involve companies that have spent years denying employees proper overtime pay. Others involve a failure to provide legally required breaks. Case types include:

  • Wrongful termination
  • Discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Hostile environment
  • Wage and hour

Proving You Were Wronged in the Workplace


Not all lawsuits qualify as a class action. Here are a few examples of requirements that should be met before creating a class action suit:

Commonality: All potential class members should have suffered similar violations and have similar concerns.

Impracticality: There must be so many employees and class members that it is unreasonable for each to file an individual claim against the company.

Typicality: There must be a class representative who has been damaged in a similar fashion as the other members of the class.

Beneficial: It must be beneficial for the employees and the employer for the claims to be combined into a class action suit.

Los Angeles Class Action Lawsuits


Class action lawsuits are common in cases involving employment issues because an employer who violates the rights of one employee is likely violating the rights of many employees. It is common for wronged employees to have difficulty obtaining a skilled employment lawyer because the damages are so small.

If you are unsure about filing a class action lawsuit, you may want to consider the many potential benefits.

  • Most class action lawsuit attorneys in Los Angeles will work on a contingency basis. This means that you will not have to pay anything until after your case is won.
  • There is also a lesser chance of facing backlash for filing a claim against your employer if you People holding the court of law scale.are part of a class action lawsuit. You will be filing a lawsuit alongside others who are in the same situation.
  • Additionally, a class action suit will actually save the court resources because instead of having to deal with many claims, there will only be one case. For the individual who decides to be the class representative, there is the potential for a service award in addition to the damages.
  • Last but not least, a successful class action lawsuit will put a stop to the illegal conduct of the company. Ideally, this will create a fair workplace for the current and future employees.

When the rights of multiple employees have been violated, a reputed Los Angeles class action lawyer with a history of holding large corporations accountable may be more willing to consider the case and hold the company liable for its wrongful actions.

Wrongful Termination


In a recent year's study, approximately 6,000 wrongful termination charges were filed throughout California. These reports consist of terminations based on the following:

  • Disability
  • Sex
  • Gender
  • National Origin
  • Color
  • Religion
  • Age
  • Retaliation

If you have been the victim of wrongful termination, contact the Southern California Law Offices of Bisnar Chase at (323) 238-4683. Discuss your situation with a Bisnar Chase workplace lawyer in a free case evaluation.

Whistleblowers


A whistleblower in the workplace is an employee that exposes the wrongdoings of an organization. This may involve exposing a company's involvement in illegal workplace practices, such as corruption or fraud.

Potential parties that the whistleblowers can inform can be the press, the government, or the police department.

After an accusation has been made against the wrongdoers of the company it is against the law for employers to retaliate against the informant. There are a number of laws that protect whistleblowers against retaliation and employers are required to adhere to them. Follow up with an EEOC lawyer in your area to explore more on your legal rights.

Equal Pay for All Los Angeles Employees


Governor Jerry Brown signed several bills that made it much more difficult to pay women or people of color less than others. One bill prohibits employers from paying women less than male colleagues based on prior salary. The other will bar employers from paying workers doing "substantially similar" jobs different wages based on their race and or ethnicity.

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Qualities that Your L.A. Employment Attorney Should Have


Experiencing a wrongful termination can be traumatic and leave people in uncomfortable, scary and risky financial situations. This is a difficult time for anyone, and you need to be able to talk to someone about how you are doing throughout this time in your life.

Having the comfort and ability to discuss personal, emotional, and financial hardships in your life can make a difference in your case. Trust and honesty can lead to details and specific factors being brought up in everyday discussion with your lawyer that could possibly lead to the victory of your case.

Attorneys and other individuals who represent people in legal matters can be misjudged and perceived as intimidating, uncaring, and all about the money. John Bisnar shaking a client's hand.

At Bisnar Chase, you can rest assured that you will be taken care of and treated as part of our family. Our clients needs come first. We strive to make sure you are comfortable and completely satisfied that our team is doing everything possible to win your case and find justice and compensation for you and your loved ones.

Hire One of the Best Los Angeles Employment Lawyers


When an employee's rights are violated, he or she would be well advised to discuss their legal options with an experienced Los Angeles personal injury attorney. In cases where a number of employees have been mistreated by the same employer, the workers can combine their claims into one class action lawsuit against the company.

You do not have to take abuse, harassment, or mistreatment from your employer.

Call us today at (323) 238-4683 for a free no obligation consultation with one of our top rated employment trial lawyers.

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Brian Chase and John Bisnar 6701 Center Drive West, 14th Fl.
Los Angeles, CA 90045

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