Top Los Angeles Discrimination Lawyers - California

Allan A. Sigel is a well known sole practitioner based in Los Angeles, California. Throughout his extensive career, Mr. Sigel has represented many celebrities and other well known personalities such as Bruce Springsteen, Dudley Moore, Mick Jagger,  Richard Gere, Jamie Lee Curtis, June Allison, Senator Alan Cranston, Ed Masry, etc. Mr. Sigel began his career in law focusing mainly on...

At Barrera & Associates, we are committed to providing each of our clients with quality legal representation and superior service. We work closely with our clients, many of whom are involved in litigation and require the assistance of an experienced trial lawyer. Our primary area of concentration is employment law, including the representation of clients in claims involving workplace...

Calderone Law Firm, with offices located in Manhattan Beach, California, is recognized as one of Southern California's, pre-eminent employment litigation firms representing employees who have had their workplace rights violated by employers in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County and Ventura County, California. Attorney Vincent Calderone has a strong 20-year...

Our firm was founded in 1976 by Gloria Allred, Michael Maroko, and Nathan Goldberg, who were classmates at and graduates from Loyola Law School. Since its inception, Allred, Maroko & Goldberg has remained focused on civil litigation. We are nationally know experts at handling cases involving employment law, defending the rights of employees. Over the years we have established a formidable record...

Aggressive and Experienced Employment Attorneys At the Bononi Law Group, LLP, in Los Angeles, California, we aggressively represent clients throughout the state of California with employment, business and commercial litigation needs. Our lawyers are recognized throughout California for providing skilled and experienced legal representation to small businesses, generally those with annual revenues...

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