Your case may fall into one of the following categories:
Both California and federal laws prevent employers from discriminating on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, and disability. Discrimination may mean harassment, failure to promote, or even assault.
When you object to workplace practices, harassment or discrimination, your employer cannot retaliate against you. If your employer has taken action that would dissuade a reasonable employee from opposing discriminatory conduct, this is considered retaliation. Retaliation can include…
If you were forced to quit or fired for reasons of discrimination, harassment, or whistleblowing, your employer may be found in violation of state and federal law. Your employment attorney will examine every detail of your case to determine if there are grounds for a lawsuit.
Sexual harassment is a gross violation of your rights, as a citizen and also as an employee. We fully commit to delivering justice for victims of any sexual abuse or harassment. We hold this area of law to the highest level of importance and demonstrate a complete intolerance for any perpetrator.
Unpaid wages doesn’t always mean a bounced check or missed direct deposit. It can also involve unpaid overtime, working through meals or breaks, failure to provide agreed upon bonus pay, or withheld payment for meals and rest breaks.
Doing the right thing isn’t always easy, especially when you experience retaliation as a result of whistleblowing. If you’ve experienced a violation of your employee rights as a result of whistleblowing, your employment lawyer will work with you to see that you receive reparations.
Even if your case does not fall into one of the above categories, we’re happy to consult with you. At Blackstone Law, you’ll find an experienced employment lawyer who will provide proactive advocacy and compassionate guidance. We know the most important thing we can do for our clients is develop a case strategy that delivers results. Let us show you what we can do for you.