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Employment litigation may be needed if disputes remain unresolved

On Behalf of | Jan 20, 2017 | Employment Litigation |

Employment and labor laws can be quite complex and are often subject to change. Many California workers know what it’s like to be wrongfully terminated or discover improper deductions from their paychecks. Such issues often lead to disagreements that, when involved parties are unable to resolve, lead to employment litigation.

State and federal mandates often impose significant costs on employers. This does not, however, justify using unfair means to cover those costs. Although the litigation process can be challenging and stressful, many workers determine it necessary to obtain fair and agreeable solutions to employment-related problems. From breach of contract issues to wage and benefits disputes, a worker may feel overwhelmed trying to rectify a particular situation unless outside intervention is sought.

Discrimination in the workplace is another central issue frequently addressed in court. Trying to function in a hostile work environment can be torturous. If you have been unfairly treated because of your race, gender or age, you can take steps to hold those responsible legally accountable for the suffering you have endured.

Bukhalter Kessler Clement & Ceorge LLP has successfully represented California workers in various aspects of employment litigation for more than 20 years. A keen understanding of both state and federal laws, as well as seasoned trial experience, allows us to provide ongoing support to workers facing challenges due to employment law issues. Many problems are resolvable through direct negotiation with the employer; however, when this is not possible, we are prepared to aggressively protect your rights and fight against injustice on your behalf in court.



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