Top Los Angeles Employment Law -- Employer Lawyers - California

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At the Workplace Rights Law Group in Glendale, California, we focus our practice exclusively on helping employees who suffered a violation of their rights in the workplace. Serving clients throughout Los Angeles County, the attorneys at our law firm possess almost 100 years of combined experience in employment law, and we have achieved unprecedented success advocating on behalf of those dealing...

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Founded over 45 years ago by partner Jack E. Kaufman, Kaufman McAndrew LLP, is a Los Angeles-based corporate, employment and real estate law firm. The firm’s team of seven attorneys provide both transactional and litigation services with extensive boardroom and courtroom experience. The Encino, California, firm’s team of top-rated attorneys provides clients with highly...

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