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Obagi Law Group, P.C. Motto
  • Experienced Los Angeles Lawyers

Protect. Your livelihood. Your future.

Disclaimer: Case results are fact-specific. Attorneys cannot guarantee outcomes.

  • $7.2M
    unanimous jury verdict against Delta Airlines
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    racial and disability employment discrimination
  • $500K
    business litigation settlement
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    employment settlement
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    employment settlement
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    employment settlement
  • $750K
    business litigation settlement
  • $450K
    for wrongful termination
  • $250K
    for wrongful termination
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    business litigation judgment
  • $170K
    employment settlement
  • $150K
    for employee misclassification
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Los Angeles Employment Lawyers

At Obagi Law Group, P.C., we ensure our clients’ voices are heard. We empower our clients and help them successfully and confidently navigate the complexities of the legal system. If you are looking for high quality legal counsel, contact our Los Angeles employment lawyers. We are fully equipped and qualified to handle a wide range of complex legal matters.

All California employees deserve a safe workplace that is free of discrimination, harassment, and other misconduct. Unfortunately, not all employers comply with federal and state laws governing the workforce. When they violate statutes intended to protect your rights, you may have remedies for seeking justice and recovering compensation for your hardship. However, you may not know where to begin with the complex legal process.

Protecting Employees in All Types of Employment Law Cases

There are multiple laws governing the employer-employee relationship, workplace misconduct, and conditions in the work environment. Our lawyers are able to pursue all legal remedies available for such cases as:

Discrimination and Harassment: It is unlawful for employers to take adverse action against employees or harass them on account of their race, ethnicity, gender, sex, sexual orientation, disability, and other characteristics that are protected by law. Employers are also prohibited from treating workers differently because of their participation in protected activities. As such, you could have a claim against your employer for:

  • Discrimination;
  • Harassment on the basis of sex or other grounds that create a hostile work environment or result in a quid pro quo situation;
  • Wrongful termination;
  • Unlawful retaliation; and,
  • Many others.

Workplace Safety: Various state and federal laws require employers to make repairs, conduct inspections, and otherwise maintain a safe workplace. Violations can result in severe penalties, but you may also have grounds to take legal action as an employee.

Employee Privacy & Rights: Your right to privacy extends into the work environment, so there are restrictions on employers regarding invasion of privacy and intrusion to your private affairs.

Wage and Hour Claims: Minimum wage and overtime are the most common disputes in this category, but medical and family leave issues also tie into these claims.

Contact Our Experienced Los Angeles Employment Lawyers Today

When you choose our firm, we will not hand your case off to a paralegal nor will we treat you as just another case number. Instead, we will offer you the individualized attention and personalized legal solutions that you require in order to achieve your goals. We exceed client expectations by remaining resolutely committed to each client’s unique cause.

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