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Zakay Law Group stands by your side. We believe that all employees should be treated fairly, employers held to high standards, and large companies be responsible when they violate the law.

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WRONGFUL TERMINATION

If you need information about wrongful termination laws, contact our employment law attorney now for free legal advice. Employment in California can be terminated at any time by the employer or the employee. This is the “At-Will” employment rule. But, even when employed at-will, an employee may be terminated wrongfully if his or her employer violates public policy, or terminates for reasons that violate the law. Determining whether you were terminated wrongfully can be difficult, and we recommend you contact our office for a free evaluation.

DISCRIMINATION

If you need information about discrimination laws, contact our employment law attorney now for free legal advice.

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RETALIATION

If you need information about discrimination laws, contact our employment law attorney now for free legal advice.

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WAGES & HOUR

If you need information about wage and hour laws, contact our employment law attorney now for free legal advice. Wage and Hour is a term used to describe a variety of claims for violations of the California labor code. Wage and Hour claims include claims for inaccurate wage calculations, misclassification, improper wages, wages paid untimely, failure to pay minimum wage, late payments, failure to provide meal breaks or rest breaks, violations of vacation pay laws, failure to pay overtime rates, illegal deduction, unpaid bonuses or commissions, and failure to reimburse for work expenses.

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  • WRONGFUL TERMINATION

    If you need information about wrongful termination laws, contact our employment law attorney now for free legal advice. Employment in California can be terminated at any time by the employer or the employee. This is the “At-Will” employment rule. But, even when employed at-will, an employee may be terminated wrongfully if his or her employer violates public policy, or terminates for reasons that violate the law. Determining whether you were terminated wrongfully can be difficult, and we recommend you contact our office for a free evaluation.

    Filing a wrongful termination lawsuit can also be difficult. Employees are required to follow strict administrative procedures under California employment laws before they can file a wrongful termination lawsuit. Proving that the termination was actually wrongful is the most difficult part.

    Our employment law firm accepts wrongful termination cases on a contingency basis when the case qualifies. That means that the employee never pays our employment lawyer any fees unless we win money for him or her. To find out if your case qualifies, call us today for free.

  • DISCRIMINATION

    If you need information about discrimination laws, contact our employment law attorney now for free legal advice.

    If you believe you are the victim of discrimination at work or fired from your job for a discriminatory reason, you might have a claim against your employer that our employment attorney can help with. Discrimination is prohibited in California in the workplace. Discrimination in this context means that the employer is taking negative actions against the employee because they belong in a protected class. Protected classes include disability or medical condition, gender or sexual orientation, religion, age, marital status, etc. If your employer treats you differently because you belong to a specific group in one of those classes, you are potentially being discriminated against.

    Determining whether you have been discriminated against can be difficult. Don’t waste your time looking for answers. Call us now—our legal consultation is free. Let Zakay Law Group help you in your
    fight against your employer. Contact us today to discuss your rights and let us help you determine whether your claim can be pursued as a discrimination action or possibly even as a class action.

  • RETALIATION

    If you need information about retaliation laws, contact our employment law attorney now for free legal advice.

    If you got fired for doing what you believe to be the right thing, you may have a claim for retaliation. Retaliation in California is any adverse employment action an employer takes against an employee in response to the employee’s exercising his or her legal rights, including filing of a complaint, assisting or participating in an investigation, participating in a hearing with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, etc. Simply stated, an employer can’t punish an employee because the employee is involved in one of those “protected activities.” Even if that protected activity directly or indirectly hurts the employer. Determining whether you engaged in a “protected activity” however is a difficult task. Proving in court that you engaged in a protected activity, and that the activity was actually the reason for the negative treatment by your employer, is even harder.

    Don’t take on that challenge by yourself. Zakay Law Group can help. Call our employment law attorney today for a free evaluation and advice on your potential retaliation claim.

  • WAGES & HOUR

    If you need information about wage and hour laws, contact our employment law attorney now for free legal advice. Wage and Hour is a term used to describe a variety of claims for violations of the California labor code. Wage and Hour claims include claims for inaccurate wage calculations, misclassification, improper wages, wages paid untimely, failure to pay minimum wage, late payments, failure to provide meal breaks or rest breaks, violations of vacation pay laws, failure to pay overtime rates, illegal deduction, unpaid bonuses or commissions, and failure to reimburse for work expenses.

    Zakay Law Group represents employees in their individual claims and as representatives in class actions. We represent employees from all practices and industries, including employees who are paid on an hourly basis and employees who are paid on a salary basis. We are familiar with the job titles, companies, and industries that are known for violating the law.

    Don’t take on your employer alone. We can help. Wage and Hour laws are substantial and complex. Let our employment attorney review your potential case and determine whether we can help you with
    your claims. Call our employment law attorney today for a free evaluation and advice on your potential claim.