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Employer Representation

California Employer Representation

We are a full service Inland Empire labor and employment law office that assists small to medium sized business located in San Bernardino and Riverside California. Although a large portion of our practice is dedicated to representing employees in matters such as wrongful termination cases, sexual harassment matters, and matters before the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) and EEOC we do represent small to medium sized businesses in San Bernardino County and Riverside County in all aspects of of traditional labor and employment issues including the following;

  • Employer Workplace Investigations
  • Employer Workplace Compliance and Counseling
  • Employee Counseling
  • Employee Terminations
  • DFEH Investigations
  • EEOC Investigations
  • Employer Defense of Lawsuits
  • Employer Mediations
  • Employer Response to Demand Letters
  • Employer Sexual Harassment Investigations
  • Employment Contracts and Severance Agreements
  • Employee Handbooks
  • Employer Human Resource Compliance and Training
  • Workplace Violence and Threats of Violence
  • Workplace Audits
  • PAGA Claims and Lawsuits

Employer Defense Attorney and Lawyer

Our plaintiffs practice puts our law firm in a unique situation in that we have experience in all aspects of employment litigation, arbitration, and mediation and presenting a employment case to a Inland Empire jury. We understand what makes a wrongful termination case a successful case in front of the San Bernardino County jury and based on our experience we can properly advise California employers on the risks, if any, in defending a legal claim brought on behalf of a former or current California employee.

We believe that many Inland Empire employment cases such as wrongful termination, discrimination, wage and hour claims, overtime, missed meal and rest periods, PAGA complaints, harassment, and sexual harassment cases can be resolved with workplace investigations and common mediation or negotiation techniques that don't expose the Inland Empire employer to large jury verdicts and allow the California employer to continue on with their business without the necessity of long and costly litigation.

If you are a San Bernardino or Riverside County employer that has received a demand letter from a current or former employee, a Right to Sue notice from a current or former employee from the DFEH or EEOC or if you have been served with a lawsuit from a current or former employee please contact our Inland Empire labor and employment law and attorney today and schedule a consultation to discuss your rights as a California employerr and your next steps to respond to the threats on your business.

California Labor Commissioner Defense

If you are an Inland Empire employer and your former or current employee has made a claim or claims against you with the California Labor Commissioner it would be advisable to obtain and ultimately retain our office to defend you in front of the California Labor Board. Many California employees will bring wage claims against their former employer. Some of these claims include but are not limited to claims of overtime, regular wages, commission wages, vacation wages, business expenses, liquidated damages, and waiting time penalties for failure to pay the wage claims in a timely manner. If you have received notice from the Department of Industrial Relations Division of Labor Standards Enforcement please call our office to discuss these claims with our experienced employment lawyer today.

Request for Personnel and Wage Records

Most former employees request their wage and personnel records. If you receive a letter from an attorney representing a former or current employee you should consult immediately with an experienced labor and employment lawyer.

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