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EMPLOYMENT LAW FIRM REPRESENTING CALIFORNIA EMPLOYEES

Our Mission to the People We Serve

We are a firm of compassionate and highly knowledgeable employment lawyers.
Protection Law Group is a plaintiff-side employment law firm that provides legal advice and representation to employees. We take on a wide variety of wage and hour and harassment and discrimination claims against companies big and small. Our attorneys deeply understand issues that arise in the workplace, and how to ensure that employees are properly compensated for the violation of their rights.

The employment attorneys at Protection Law Group fight zealously on behalf of employees in disputes against their employers with over sixty years of collective experience.

All matters are taken on a contingency basis. This means you will not be charged any fees or costs until the case settles.

Disclaimer: The results listed on this page are representative of some of Protection Law Group’s settlements and verdicts. These case results are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute a guarantee of the outcome of your case. Each case is unique. You should consult with an attorney to obtain answers to any questions regarding your specific case.

We Fight for Employees

Let us help you navigate the obstacles between you and the compensation you deserve.

Get the Results You Deserve

Coming from big firm backgrounds, our experienced attorneys are well-versed in the defense tactics employers use when faced with lawsuits. This gives Protection Law Group a distinct advantage when suing employers for wrongful behavior or failing to properly compensate employees.

Legal Practices

Protection Law Group Is An Experienced Employment Law Firm And Provides Excellent Legal Representation In The Following Areas:

Wage & Hour Class Actions

A wage and hour class action is where one or more workers sue their employer on behalf of a larger group of workers who experienced the same or similar labor law violations of labor laws. Labor laws regulate how much workers should be paid, how many hours they can work, and what benefits they are entitled to.
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PAGA Representative Actions

PAGA stands for Private Attorneys General Act, which is a law that gives workers the right to act as private attorneys general and collect civil penalties from their employers for labor code violations. These actions allow workers to sue their employers for violating labor laws on behalf of themselves and other workers who have experienced the same or similar violations.
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Consumer Class Actions

A consumer class action is where a group of consumers have been harmed by a common product or service and they sue the company or entity that provided it. Consumer class actions help consumers obtain compensation for their losses, hold businesses accountable for their misconduct, and deter future violations of consumer rights.
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Data Breach Class Actions

Data breach class actions aim to hold companies or organizations responsible for the data breach accountable for their negligence or failure to protect the data of their customers, clients, employees, or users.
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Failure to Provide Meal & Rest Breaks

California law requires employers to provide one or two unpaid meal breaks of at least 30 minutes each, and one or more paid rest breaks of at least 10 minutes each during the workday. If employers fail to provide these breaks, they must pay employees an extra hour of regular pay for each missed break.
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Discrimination

California law prohibits employers from treating employees differently or less favorably because of a protected characteristic or group they belong to including race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, medical condition, genetic information, disability, sex/gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, political affiliation, position in a labor dispute, etc.
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Harassment

California law prohibits workplace conduct involving negative, inappropriate, or unwanted conduct directed at an employee or a job applicant based on a protected characteristic or group they belong to such as race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, medical condition, genetic information, disability, sex/gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, political affiliation, position in a labor dispute, and more.
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Retaliation / Wrongful Termination

Retaliation and/or wrongful termination occurs when an employer ends an employment relationship or takes adverse action against an employee for unlawful reasons including discrimination based on a protected characteristic or group, whistleblowing, or exercising a legal right
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