Employment Law Attorneys Serving Los Angeles and throughout Southern California

Employment law encompasses the legal relationships between employers and employees, governed by both state and federal laws. California has some of the strongest non-discrimination laws in the U.S., including laws that specifically prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identification and gender expression in the workplace. While this is generally good news for workers, the mere existence of laws do not necessarily stop workplace discrimination from taking place.

There are numerous issues which can occur in an workplace setting which might require the need for a Los Angeles employment law attorney. Some of them include:

  • Gender or sex discrimination
  • Race discrimination
  • Religious discrimination
  • Age discrimination
  • Employer representation
  • Employment contracts
  • ERISA benefits
  • Severance package negotiations
  • Sexual harassment
  • Union law
  • General labor law
  • Meal breaks
  • Public sector benefits
  • Wrongful termination

When affected by one of the above issues, you need an attorney who will protect your rights. Whether you have been wrongfully terminated, injured at work, discriminated against due to your age, race, sexual orientation or gender identity, or for any other reason, you need to have a strong attorney representing your interests. You may be entitled to benefits or damages depending on the circumstances of your case.

If you need to speak to an employment law attorney, contact Hakimfar Law. You can submit your case information online here or call our Los Angeles office toll free at 800-276-6666 for a free case consultation.

Hakimfar Law


8746 Holloway Drive
West Hollywood, CA 90069


310.730.1250 phone
800.276.6666 toll-free
310.730.1252 fax

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