Employment laws are complicated, and proving violations of federal or California state laws can be challenging. This is especially true because, in most cases, employers aggressively fight liability to employees. It is important that you seek help from an attorney who specifically focuses on employment law and has the experience you need to hold your employer accountable.
The Eghbali Law Firm exclusively practices employment law, and we only represent employees who have suffered violations of their rights. We never represent employers or insurance companies, since our focus and concern is for you. The following are some cases we regularly handle for employees.
If an employer refuses to hire or promote you, terminates you, or otherwise treats you unfairly because of a protected characteristic such as those above, it constitutes unlawful discrimination, and the law provides you with important rights to hold your employer accountable.
Workplace harassment is a form of unlawful workplace discrimination, though many employees experience harassment on a regular basis. There are different types of unlawful harassment, including offensive comments or conduct based on your sex, race, religion, national origin, disability, or age.