Not paid the wages you earned? Suffered harassment or fired for reporting misconduct?
You should know that the law is on your side. If you were not paid the wages you earned, suffered discrimination or harassment in the workplace, or were fired for reporting illegal activity or misconduct, you should know that the law is very much on your side. The California legislature has enacted strong laws to protect employee rights. You are also protected by powerful federal employment laws. An experienced attorney can help make the law work for you.
At the Law Offices of Gene J. Goldsman in Santa Ana, we represent individuals whose rights under state and federal employment law have been violated. We handle serious cases such as:
Your Wages, Your RightsIf you are working for an employer who isn't paying you the overtime you have earned, refusing to provide proper rest periods, or failing to keep accurate track of the time you work, your state and federal employment rights may have been violated. You should discuss your options in filing a wage and hour claim with an experienced lawyer.
Standing Up Against Discrimination in the WorkplaceIt seems hard to believe that discrimination in the workplace still exists. And yet men and women nationwide may find it difficult to get a job or face unfair treatment at work due to an employer's racist, homophobic or otherwise discriminatory beliefs and practices.
Standing Up Against Sexual HarassmentAt the Santa Ana Law Offices of Gene J. Goldsman, we represent victims of sexual harassment throughout Southern California. We handle a broad range of these cases, including:
- Quid pro quo sexual harassment
- Sexual assault in the workplace
- Gay men and lesbians who suffer discrimination and harassment based on their sexual orientation
- Retaliation and wrongful termination after reporting sexual harassment
Wrongful Termination is IllegalYou told your boss the company shouldn't hire undocumented workers. You stood up for a co-worker who was being harassed. You reported discrimination in your workplace. You filed a claim for unpaid overtime. If you lost your job after reporting unlawful activity, or after being injured at work, the law may have been broken.