WAGE AND HOUR CLASS ACTIONS
All too often, employees are short-changed on their hours worked. We ensure that our clients receive 100% of the compensation that they deserve for the hard work they put in on the job.
REPRESENTATIVE PAGA ACTIONS
When an employer forces employees to sign mandatory arbitration agreements, the Private Attorneys General Act, or PAGA, allows employees to protect their rights by filing suits on behalf of themselves for labor violations.
Consumer class actions surface in virtually every industry and cover a wide range of products and business practices, from defective computers to complex financial instruments and more. In recent years, CCAs have increasingly been brought based on allegedly misleading information contained on the labels of foods and other packaged products.
FAILURE TO PAY MINIMUM AND OVERTIME WAGES
It is every employer’s duty to ensure that employees are paid a minimum wage and overtime hours are accounted for. If your employer has not properly compensated you, we can help you recover wages to which you are entitled.
FAILURE TO PROVIDE MEAL AND REST BREAKS
Under California law, employees are entitled to specific meal and rest breaks throughout their scheduled shifts. If workers are unable to take their scheduled breaks, they can be compensated for those missed rest periods.
FAILURE TO REIMBURSE BUSINESS EXPENSES
Employers are required by law to reimburse their employees for expenses incurred by them on or relating to the job. If they fail to compensate employees for these expenses, employees can take action to recover their money.
PAGA Representative Actions
A wage and hour class action is a lawsuit brought by an individual or small group acting on behalf of a large group to recoup monies owed to employees by an employer, due to non-payment or underpayment of wages for your work.
Failure to Provide Meal Breaks
Non-exempt employees must receive a thirty (30) minute lunch or meal break if they work more than five (5) hours in a day and employers may not someone for a work period of more than five hours without providing an unpaid, off-duty meal period of at least 30 minutes.
Failure to Provide Rest Periods
Non-exempt employees who work three and a half (3 1/2) or more hours in a day are entitled to ten (10) minutes of rest period for each four (4) hours, or a substantial fraction thereof, that they work in a day.
Misclassification of employment status is an unfortunate, yet common, occurrence in the workplace. Whether it is intentional or not on the part of the employer, it can lead to unfair treatment and plenty of missed wages for workers.
Unlawful discrimination occurs when an employer treats an employee differently because of their legally protected status including age, gender, race or ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, medical condition, family responsibility, pregnancy, marital status, political activity, and veteran status.
Data Breach Class Actions
A data breach occurs when an unauthorized access to personal information occurs resulting in the identity theft or the increased risk of identity theft of hundreds and possibly thousands of persons private information. Such theft usually occurs due to a company’s negligence in not having adequate security measures in place to protect such data.
Unlawful workplace harassment occurs when a person directs negative, inappropriate, or unwanted conduct at a coworker based on certain protected characteristics including race, disability, religion, sex, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, or other reasons.
Unlawful retaliation occurs when an employer or company leader takes adverse employment actions against an employee or treats an employee in a discriminatory manner after the employee engaged in a protected activity.
Don’t see your individual issue listed here? We represent clients in all areas of employment law. Contact us today to discuss your unique case.