Employment Law encompasses almost all aspects of the employee/employer relationship other than the actual negotiation process covered by labor law and collective bargaining. Many of the employment laws in place today, such as minimum wage regulation, were enacted as protective labor legislation.
While these are only a few of the most common employment law cases, each requires professional representation to successfully represent your case in a court of law. Our attorneys represent the Los Angeles region, as well as many areas in Southern California.
• Employment Discrimination
• Collective Bargaining
• Workplace Safety
• Wage and Hour
• Wrongful Termination
Does your employer owe you unpaid wages? Are you not being paid for overtime? Perhaps you are fighting for the wages you are entitled to receive? Hershey Law in Los Angeles offers a sympathetic ear and a deep understanding of employment law. Hour & Wage Attorneys in California represent workers facing discrimination, unfair wages, and much more. Often, employers unknowingly and unintentionally violate federal wage laws. If you feel that you are facing federal wage violations, you may be entitled to compensation through a settlement. Additional to wage and hour laws, lunch break law violations commonly occur in California. Every employee is entitled to specific rest times, overtime payments, and fair payments. Our team of highly experienced professionals are here to listen to your case, present you with facts, and represent you in a California court of law. Contact Hershey Law today for your free consultation and get what is rightfully owed.
Many people in the workforce find themselves in difficult situations when asked to leave a company. Individuals are too often fired or terminated illegally without reason. With various ways to be wrongfully terminated in California, it can sometimes be overwhelming to know if you are subject to settlement. At Hershey Law, we offer free consultations for employment law, discrimination, and wrongful termination cases in Los Angeles & Southern California to help you receive what may be owed. Due to the erratic nature of these cases, hiring a wrongful termination lawyer is always in your best interest. Two cases are rarely the same, so having a professionally trained lawyer at your side who is willing to research and fight for your rights is a must. If you believe that you may be the victim of wrongful termination, it’s time to call Hershey Law to get the compensation you deserve.
Employees should be able to complete their duties in a healthy workplace environment, free of harassment. Unfortunately, many suffer from a toxic workplace, which can be emotionally and physically tolling. Harassment lawsuits are often the product of discrimination, stalking, malicious behavior, and other forms of harassment. Usually, workplace harassment cases target race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, religious practice, age, disability, or sexual orientation. Working on behalf of harassment victims, Hershey Law team has seen and heard many unfortunate stories. All of which violate employment laws throughout the state of California. By working with you and for you, our attorneys will attentively listen to your case, research, and successfully represent you in a court of law. Our harassment lawyers in LA are here for you and will fight every step of the way to get you the settlement and results you deserve. Contact Hershey Law today to schedule your free consultation.
Do you feel that you’re being treated differently or less favorably than your co-workers or peers for one reason or another? Workplace discrimination most commonly occurs at school, work, and various public places. Classmates, teachers, managers, co-workers, and business owners are often at the forefront of the legal discrimination cases Hershey Law deals with regularly. Employment discrimination lawyers represent individuals and victims of discrimination due to their religion, gender, nationality, race, age, and more. Laws are in place to protect you from workplace discrimination, and our team is here to help represent you in a court of law.
A ‘whistleblower’ exposes information within a company or organization that is illegal, fraudful, unsafe, illicit, or abusive. Speaking out against your employer takes a lot of courage, and as a whistleblower, you have rights. The federal government and many states have laws protecting whistleblowers from retaliation for filing a claim or reporting a violation. In addition, most states, including California, recognize a common-law claim against an employer who takes action against an employee after he/she has reported a violation of the law. Over 90% of whistleblowers in America receive some form of retaliation from their employer or organization. If you have found yourself in one of these delicate situations, the team at Hershey Law is here to help. Contact Hershey Law today for professional, private, and personable representation.