DBY Law is dedicated to help employees who experience discrimination, harassment, and retaliation at work, and to those who were wrongfully terminated. The firm handles various employment law issues, including unpaid overtime, lunchtime and rest break violations, leaves of absence, and more.
California is considered to be an employee-friendly state, mainly because of the broad legal protections it provides California employees in the workplace.
However, this does not mean that employees can just sue their employer when they get fired because of the “At Will” doctrine. The “At Will” doctrine in California means that both employers and employees can end the employment relationship at anytime and for any reason (unless it is an illegal reason). Employment contracts are another way around the at will doctrine.
However, in order to prevent employers in California from exploiting the “At Will” doctrine by discriminating against employees because of their protected status (such as race, gender, age, pregnancy, disability, etc.), laws were created to correct the system and provide more rights to employees. Therefore, employers are not allowed to hide behind the “At Will” doctrine and take adverse employment actions against employees (such as firing, demoting, suspending, etc.) because of their protected status.
Employees who experience discrimination and wage and hour violations may be entitled to money compensation. The representation is on a contingency basis (percentage), meaning that there are no legal fees unless DBY Law wins your case. You have nothing to lose, and a lot to gain.
IF YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED ANY OF THESE CHALLENGES AT WORK, DBY LAW CAN HELP. CALL TODAY AT (213) 316-8844 .
DBY Law represents employees in California with hardships in the following areas of employment law:
- Employment Contracts
- Employment Discrimination
- Disability Discrimination
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Race and Color Discrimination
- Age Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Wrongful Termination
- Wage and Hour
- Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Employees
- Minimum Wage Violations
- Overtime Violations
- Lunchtime and Rest Break Violations
- Leaves of Absence