Employment Law Overview

Have your employee rights been violated at your workplace in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Bernardino, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Diego or elsewhere in California?

The skilled employment law attorneys of the Law Offices of Reisner & King LLP protect those rights every day when workers are harassed, discriminated against, retaliated against or denied overtime, wages or rest and meal periods they are entitled to receive.

Our Sherman Oaks law firm also aggressively advocates for employees on protected leaves of absence for disability, pregnancy disability or baby bonding as provided by the California Family Rights Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act.

Call us today at 818-981-0901 for a free consultation.

Strong And Experienced Advocates For Employees

We believe that employees deserve fair treatment in the workplace. Our law firm represents employees only, not employers.

Reisner & King can address these and other employment law problems:

Discrimination — We represent people who have suffered adverse employment actions due to discrimination on the basis of age, gender, disability, marital status, national origin and race, pregnancy, religion, sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender expression and identity and military or veteran status and other protected classes.

Harassment — Our lawyers advocate for people who have suffered in a hostile work environment and/or been subjected to quid pro quo where sexual conduct is unlawfully expected to obtain tangible job benefits.

Whistleblower claims — We seek compensation and justice for people who have been terminated or suffered adverse employment actions for reporting wrongdoing to management or outside authorities.

Wage and overtime claims — Our law firm seeks compensation for people who have been denied overtime pay, been forced to work through meal breaks or been denied sales commissions and bonuses.

Reimbursement of expenses — California Labor Code Section 2802 law entitles employees to receive reimbursement for all work-related expenses they incur in the direct discharge of duties. This includes reimbursement for mileage, supplies and equipment, training and other expenses.

Failure to notify employees about layoffs — We seek compensation for employees when employers fail to comply with federal and California WARN (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act) laws concerning layoffs and plant closings.

Employment agreements — We advise employees and provide services regarding employment contracts, severance agreements, noncompete agreements and nondisclosure agreements.

Protect Your Rights At Your California Workplace

Do you have questions about your rights as an employee? Your first step toward the safeguarding of your interests is a free initial consultation. Contact us today at 818-981-0901 or send an email message. Spanish and Armenian language translation services are available upon request.