WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE THE EMPLOYMENT LAW TEAM™?
Issues related to labor laws and rights of employees and duties of employers have been front page news in California and other states for the past few years. The internet is inundated with articles about large judgments against major corporations due to not following up state and/or federal laws that pertain to employees. A major reason for these large verdicts is the fact that federal and state laws that deal with many aspects of employer-employer relations are less than clear. Another reason is the sensitive and emotional nature of terminating an employee's tenure which can in many situations turn into a heated battle. The Orange County employees' rights attorneys at the Employment Law Team™ have dealt with many employment law matters and our expertise ranges from drafting and negotiating employment contracts, to advising employers on their statutory and common law obligations such as issues related to age discrimination, violation of FEHA, assisting employers conduct pre-litigation investigation and representing employees who have been denied their rights or mistreated by their employers. Representing both sides of the aisle our Orange County employment attorneys bring a wealth of experience to our clients and have been able to turn that experience and knowledge in judgments and settlements which have kept our clients happy for many years.
The following are some of the areas of employment and labor law that we can assist our clients in:
Drafting and negotiating employment agreements.
Non-Solidification and non-disclosure agreements.
Pre-litigation investigation into allegations of: wrongful termination, sexual harassment, sexual discrimination, racial discrimination, age discrimination, retaliation, violation of the public policy claims, non-payment of overtime wages.
Advising our clients on overtime laws (i.e. exempt non-exempt issues) under both California and Federal laws (i.e. FLSA, Labor Code, etc.)
Litigation of all types of employment claims all the way through trial in both state and federal courts.
Drafting and negotiating of severance packages.
Does The Employment Law Team™ Only Represent Employees?
NO. The Employment Law Team™ consists of a team of highly experienced and knowledgeable Orange County employees' rights lawyers serving Southern California who litigate labor law issues on regular basis. As a result our expertise in the area has been put to use on behalf of both employers and employees and we have been able to achieve successful results for both. Mr. Fakhimi is a former General Counsel to a publicly traded company (STEC Inc) and that experience has prepared him well for representing both high level executives as well as hourly and non-exempt employees and companies of every size.
If you are an employer or an employee in the Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Alameda County, Ventura County, or San Diego County areas and would like to discuss your labor law related questions such as sexual harassment, age discrimination, racial discrimination, retaliation in violation of FEHA, or whistle blowing issues with an Orange County employment attorney experienced in the field please, call 877-529-4545 for a free consultation with a labor law attorney. You can also contact us online. For questions regarding criminal law please visit Criminal Defense Team.
Nothing in the foregoing discussion or in this website is meant to be legal advice and does not serve to establish an attorney-client relationship. Any statements, on this page or elsewhere, are not guarantees of any outcome.
If you face a legal question related to labor and or employment law be it a federal or state issue in Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Alameda county, San Francisco county or San Diego County call 877-529-4545 for a free consultation with an Orange County employees' rights attorney well versed in the areas of: labor law, employment law, overtime laws, sexual harassment laws, wrongful termination, sexual discrimination laws and disability laws.