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Employment Mediation Attorney and Lawyer

Have you filed a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) of the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH)? Many California employee file claims with the EEOC or the DFEH without the assistance of attorney. These claims may be on the basis of wrongful termination, discrimination, and or harassment claims. However, in some cases the unrepresented employee may be faced with the prospect of being asked to go to a EEOC or DFEH mediation. In some cases a potential case may be resolved or settled at a mediation. However, if you are a unrepresented party it is difficult if not impossible to represent yourself and present your claims to a EEOC mediation or DFEH mediator with the assistance of a competent law and employment lawyer. In most cases, a California employer working with their own lawyers will undervalue or offer nuisance money to a employee that is not represented by a attorney. Also, in most cases a California employee that has filed a claim with the EEOC or DFEH may have found no interest early on by a contingency employment lawyer.

EEOC & DFEH Mediation Attorney

Depending on the nature and facts of your particular circumstances our labor and employment office may be able to represent you even at your mediation on a contingency basis. Our California mediation lawyer has handled virtually every type of employment claim in San Bernardino County, Riverside County, Orange County, Los Angeles, and San Diego County. Many of our employment claims have been resolved through the assistance of a private mediator experienced in California employment law.

California Employment Lawyer

Most EEOC & DFEH employees will suggest to a party that is self-represented that they should retain legal counsel for their EEOC and DFEH mediation. In all cases it is important that you have competent California legal counsel present during your mediation for a variety of reasons. First, California employment law is complex and ever changing so having a legal advocate on your side is important to understand the strength of your legal matter against your California employer. Second, only a experienced employment attorney that has trial experience will be able to provide you with real case value. Third, the California employer will come to the mediation with their lawyer and if you are unrepresented you will probably be offered little or nothing because they know you don't have the resource to retain your own lawyer, which is a clear sign you will not be able to prosecute your claim in the Superior Court if your case doesn't settle at the mediation.

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