Top San Diego Employment Law -- Employer Lawyers - California

At Donald R. Holben & Associates, our California legal team possesses sophisticated employment law experience. Our lawyers have been representing employees from private, public and government sectors for more than 20 years. We understand the complex administrative processes that workers must go through to resolve employment discrimination matters. We also have extensive experience representing...

Freeland Law is a dedicated, aggressive, advocate of its client's interests in public and private employment matters including discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, wage claims, unemployment insurance benefits appeals, Federal EEO claims, and Federal MSPB claims. With over seventeen years of litigation experience, Michael M. Freeland will provide you with personal...

Firm Overview: Our firm handles legal matters in the following practice areas: Labor and Employment Law, Commercial Litigation, Business Litigation, Civil Litigation. Paralegals on staff: Anne Yeager - Ms. Yeager received her B.A. degree from University of California at Irvine in 1975, and her paralegal certificate from the University of West Los Angeles in 1976.  Before joining Brown Gitt...

Located in Rancho Cucamonga, the offices of SRG Law Group represent clients across California in business transactions and litigation matters. We are a law firm that is dedicated to providing client-focused and results-driven legal services.  In simple terms, our law firm's motto is to ensure that our clients have the high-quality representation that they need to be able to focus on the...

Watkins Firm, A Professional Corporation: Experienced and Principled Representation for California Businesses In today's competitive and ever-evolving business world, entrepreneurs and business owners are routinely faced with complex challenges in numerous areas of law. Whether your business is looking to expand or you are just starting out, our team of experienced attorneys understands the...

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