Employment And Labor Law
At Ari Law, we work with clients throughout California to resolve complex employment law disputes such as wrongful termination, Labor Code violations, unfair business practices, breach of contract, discrimination, and other, often times sensitive, employer-employee issues.
Our employment law practice looks to empower our clients with effective and intelligent representation when negotiating or litigating employment disputes. We understand the delicate nature of drawing attention to workplace conditions, areas sometimes protected by a right to privacy or confidentiality, harassment, discrimination or wage-and-hour and compensation matters. By working closely with our clients, we advise them of their rights under state and federal regulations while outlining options for resolving the dispute through arbitration, mediation, or litigation.
Our practice involves the following types of matters:
- Wrongful Termination;
- Discrimination based on gender, race, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy, or religion;
- California and federal labor laws;
- Unfair Business Practices;
- Disability, Accommodation;
- Employment class actions;
We will take the time to explain the protections offered by the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), California Labor Code (CLC) as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and other federal civil rights legislations, including how these apply to your matter.
Whether involving an administrative claim or hearing, alternative dispute resolution, or litigation in court, we outline a strategy for resolving your employment matter and further, try to ensure that such disputes will never arise again.
Speak With Our Experienced Employment And Labor Lawyers
Reach out to us by calling 415-830-9968 or completing our online contact form. From our San Francisco office, we represent clients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Orange County.