Antioch Employment Attorney

Antioch, California – Employment Attorneys

Our law firm employment attorneys are a powerful legal team on your side.  Stephen Danz and Associates’ and its affiliated counsel in Antioch, California are dedicated to representing plaintiffs-only and have been doing so for almost five decades.  Our experience, resources, and years of litigation prepared us to fight for your legal rights in California’s state and federal courts.  The team focuses only on employment law and therefore can provide each and every client with the maximal representation and results.  This is critical as employment laws constantly change – whether it is the types of charges, defenses, deadlines, and court rules.  Trust our team for its transparency, knowledge and constant communication.

Discrimination, Wrongful Termination and Retaliation

Since its founding, our firm has focused on workplace discrimination, wrongful termination, and retaliation.  Specifically, we are known for our ardent representation of employees who have been discriminated against due to their ethnicity, gender, religion, age, pregnancy status, disability, or other legally protected status whether protected under state or federal law.  In addition, we also advise employees on non-compete and severance agreements These are employees who were offered severance packages and reach out to us to make sure that their agreement is fair and provides them with legal rights.

Whistleblower Claims

Our law firm also handles whistleblower complaints or “qui tam” claims.  These are actions brought under the False Claim Act – wither it is federal or California. The False Claim Act holds employers and companies accountable and rewards whistleblowers for reporting fraud, waste, and abuse of government resources.  For reporting these claims, the whistleblower collects if his or her claim recovers funds for the government.  We brings the law suit on the employee’s behalf against the business that defrauded the government.

California’s Go-To Plaintiff’s Law Firm

Over the years, we have garnered the reputation as one of California’s best plaintiff-side law firms.  This is due to our hundreds of results when we handle cases on behalf of local employees who have experienced discrimination, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, unequal pay, and retaliation, as well as other violations of their employment rights.  Our experienced and dedicated attorneys understand client needs to protect his or her rights and income as well as the ability to continue to work.  When you trust our law firm with your case, we represent you and your interests with confidence and transparency.  Our reputation speaks for itself as we tirelessly work to represent your employment interests so that your professional and financial futures are protected.

We devote our practice to fighting for workers’ rights.  Employment law in California is a specialized area and cases are hard-fought.  If you are in Antioch, California and searching for attorneys that are both experienced and aggressive, look no further and contact our office.  When encountering discrimination, wrongful termination, or retaliation in the workplace, many California employees have turned to our offices for guidance.  In turn, we represent employees throughout California in their fight against employers that have taken advantage of their upper hand.  Our attorneys cover cities in Northern California and Southern California as the State’s courts are as specialized and diverse as the State’s landscape.  The following are recent types of cases we have handled for our clients:

California’s Law Protecting Transgender Employees

California state agencies are prohibited from entering into contracts, in the amount of $100,000 or more, with companies that fail to provide transgender employees with the same health benefits as other company employees.

California’s Anti-harassment Provisions Governing Farm Labor Contractors

California will not grant an applicant a license to operate as a farm labor contractor if, within the preceding three years a court or an administrative agency found the applicant to have committed sexual harassment –or– the applicant employed a supervisory employee whom the applicant knew or should have known was found by a court or an administrative agency to have committed sexual harassment within the preceding three years of his or her employment

California’s Law Requiring Literacy and Drug Rehabilitation Accommodation

California law requires employers who employ at least 25 employees to provide reasonable accommodations to employees who are participating in drug or alcohol rehabilitation or illiteracy programs, provided the accommodations do not cause undue hardship.

California Equal Pay Act

The California Equal Pay Act prohibits wage discrimination on the basis of an employee’s sex, race, or ethnicity.

If you have any questions about employment rights in California, complete the in-take form or call us.