Employment Law Practice Areas

WHISTLEBLOWER ATTORNEYS THROUGHOUT ALL MAJOR CITIES IN CALIFORNIA.

The law places a high priority on preventing fraud and protecting whistleblowers from retaliation. For that reason, successful whistleblowers receive a share of the funds recovered from those parties who perpetrated the fraud.

At the law offices of Stephen Danz & Associates, we fight on behalf of those employees throughout the state of California who have the courage to blow the whistle on fraud and other wrongful employer actions. We have committed our entire practice, in fact, to representing only employees, never employers.

 

DISCRIMINATION

 

WRONGFUL TERMINATION LAWYER

If you are terminated for an unlawful reason, you may be entitled to recover damages. Certain wrongful termination cases result in damages based on the terminated employee’s lost wages and other expenses, while some other cases also result in statutory penalties for violations of public policy. Additionally, some cases may require the employer to pay punitive damages to the employee if the employer’s actions were intentional or if the employer acted maliciously. Call Stephen Danz if you have been wrongfully terminated from your job.

WAGE AND HOUR LITIGATION

For decades, we have helped clients fight for the compensation due to them with respect to a wide variety of wage and hour violations, including those situations involving:

MEDICAL LEAVE VIOLATIONS

If you believe that you are the victim of family medical leave violations, contact one of our Medical Leave Violations lawyers in California to setup your free consultation to discuss this matter. We take cases on a contingency basis and collect no attorney fees unless we win your case.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & EMPLOYMENT LAW

We have successfully represented owners of intellectual property throughout California and are pleased to be working with experienced IP attorney John Genga. Our Employment and Intellectual property lawyers know the law to protect your rights. The law office of Stephen Danz & Associates represents employees who have been fired for refusing to hand over patents to their employers without compensation.  Generally, California’s intellectual property laws cover trademark infringement; dilution of trademarks, service marks and trade names; trade secret misappropriation; false designation of origin; misappropriation of ideas and breach of confidential relationship. California’s Art Preservation Act protects works of fine art from physical alteration or destruction.