California Whistleblower Protection Laws

California Whistleblower Protection Laws

California whistleblower protection laws prohibit employers from retaliating against employees who complain about or report suspected illegal activity. If you believe you’ve faced whistleblower retaliation, your employer should be held accountable. To help understand...
3 Ways To Do Well in Depositions

3 Ways To Do Well in Depositions

 If you’re involved, or about to be involved, in a lawsuit against an employer, there is a good chance you will be deposed; which is when you must give a deposition, or your statement, about the case in which you’re involved. Depositions can be intimidating and...
Understanding Workplace Discrimination

Understanding Workplace Discrimination

Thousands of people report job discrimination to the government each year – and employers are rarely held responsible. Lawyers for Justice, PC is representing California workers fighting against unfair business practices and discrimination. Discrimination in the...
Understanding Meal Break Violations at Work

Understanding Meal Break Violations at Work

 Did you know that most California workers are entitled to at least one 30-minute meal break and two 10-minute rest breaks per 8-hour shift? During those breaks, it is improper for an employer to ask an employee to work through them. Unfortunately, many employers do...
About Lawyers for Justice, PC

About Lawyers for Justice, PC

 Lawyers for Justice, PC, the #1 employment law firm, currently empowered by over 20 lawyers, has been fighting for California workers for over a decade. Our firm represents hard working employees who have been taken advantage of in the workplace. We tackle wage and...
Pay Stub Violations in California

Pay Stub Violations in California

California employment law has various requirements as to what information must be included on an employee’s pay stub. A wage statement must accurately represent the number of hours an employee worked along with their pay rate and any deductions taken during the pay...
Disability Discrimination Law in California

Disability Discrimination Law in California

Discriminating against an employee with physical or mental disabilities is against the law. According to federal and state regulations, employers must provide reasonable accommodation to a disabled employee, the only exception being if it would impose undue hardship...