Orange County Employment Attorneys
Workplace Justice Advocates, PLC is a law firm located in Orange County and Los Angeles. Our employment lawyers represent only employees in cases involving wrongful termination and discrimination on a contingency fee basis. In addition, our Orange County and Los Angeles employment attorneys have extensive experience obtaining justice on behalf of employees in cases involving:
- Sexual Harassment
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Unpaid Wages and Overtime
- Missed Meal and Rest Breaks
- Misclassification as overtime exempt
- Sex (gender) Discrimination
- Age Discrimination
- Disability Discrimination (based on mental or physical disability or based on temporary medical condition)
- Medical Leave Discrimination or Retaliation for Taking a Medical Leave
- Reasonable Accommodation
- Race and National Origin Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
- Whistleblower Retaliation , and
- Employment-Related Torts such as Defamation, Invasion of Privacy and Assault
- Other cases involving employment contracts, non-compete clauses, class actions, Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”),California Family Rights Act (“ CFRA”) and Pregnancy Disability Leave Law (“PDLL”) and layoff/severance negotiations.
You Should Always Choose an Employment Specialist Who Will Aggressively Pursue Your Claim and Maximize Your Potential Recovery
California labor and employment law tends to be very complex and constantly evolving, therefore you should seek a specialist in employment law who will use all available options to obtain the best possible result on your behalf. Workplace Justice Advocates specializes only in employment matters and we have extensive experience litigating employment cases against all types of employers – from small, closely held businesses to large Fortune 500 companies. In addition, our employment attorneys are all active members of the California Employment Lawyers Association (“CELA”), which offers numerous resources that keep us sharp, well-trained and up-to-date on the most recent trends and developments in California employment law.
Most employers have massive resources at their disposal when it comes to fighting employment lawsuits, which is why you should find an employment attorney who can aggressively pursue your claim and take your case to trial if necessary. Our employment attorneys at Workplace Justice Advocates have consistently achieved excellent results on behalf of our clients by leveraging our experience and uncompromising work ethic.Our Philosophy
With the above in mind, please be aware that our firm is very selective in the cases we decide to take. We do not operate on a large-volume or high-turnover business model, nor are we a referral service – if we take your case, we will be your attorneys. We choose to invest significant amounts of time and effort into every case in order to maximize the results for our clients. Our firm takes a much greater risk under this approach, which is why we expect full, honest and prompt communication from our clients.
We only represent honest clients who have had their rights violated and deserve immediate justice.
If you've been unlawfully harmed by your employer call or email us today to get started on your case. We work primarily on a contingency basis, which means no upfront charges until we achieve a successful result.
Our attorneys have vast experience litigating complex employment cases in both State and Federal District courts, including the California Court of Appeal, the California Supreme Court and, most recently, the United States Supreme Court.
With the above in mind, our attorneys have built a powerful reputation in the legal community as steadfast advocates who are dedicated to the pursuit of justice.
Our ResultsOur firm has successfully recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of wronged employees. Our employment attorneys at Workplace Justice Advocates work tirelessly to build the strongest possible case for each of our clients.
We offer a free phone consultation to all prospective clients and flexible fee arrangements. We serve clients throughout Southern California including Orange County, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
Our offices are conveniently located in Irvine, Beverly Hills, and San Diego.
Before Contacting Us, Please Note:
All free consultations are over-the-phone, not in-person. We do not give legal advice over the phone. If an attorney believes you may have a case, we will schedule a more in-depth, in-person meeting at one of our office locations to discuss the details of your case.
As stated above, we are very selective in the cases that we take and we decline the vast majority of potential cases that we evaluate. If we do not take your case, this does not mean that you do not have a claim. Please do NOT send our attorneys any files or documents unless asked to do so. Please note that certain deadlines apply to your potential claims and you should consult with an attorney as soon as possible.
All cases are based on merit and we do not and cannot guarantee any result. Any of the verdicts or settlements reported on this website are for informational purposes only and do not represent the value of all cases. Each case is evaluated based on the specific facts of that case and no two cases are identical.
We do not disclose any value or potential value of your case, as this is nearly impossible to determine without knowing all of the facts involved, including, but not limited to, all of the defenses and potential defenses, the legal claims, case venue, judge and/or makeup of the jury in addition to dozens of other factors that remain unknown until the litigation and/or trial of a typical case.
This website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or create an attorney-client relationship. Likewise, visiting this website or contacting our firm does not automatically create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship will only be established after you and the firm execute a written attorney-client agreement for legal services.
This website is not designed for children under the age of 13.
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