At Lawyers for Justice, PC, we’re experienced in handling all cases of employment law. Our team of powerful employment lawyers covers a variety of practice areas on a contingency fee basis – meaning you don’t pay until we win. From workplace discrimination to unfair treatment at work and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) lawsuits, our employment lawyers get you the result you deserve.

Each experienced Los Angeles employment lawyer at LFJ is dedicated to representing California employees who need an employment lawyer to settle mistreatment by an employer. Led by Edwin Aiwazian and a team of sophisticated employment attorneys, Lawyers for Justice, PC has over a decade of experience. We represent employees, independent contractors, hourly workers, union workers, and more to recoup unpaid overtime pay, help an employee on factors related to employment contracts and wrongful termination, sexual harassment, wage and hour disputes, hostile work environments, occupational safety, unlawful treatment from an employer that is discrimination based, and more legal issues.

Our employment lawyer team upholds the state and federal laws that protect our clients and put a high priority on developing a trustworthy attorney-client relationship. We know how to successfully manage claims in California courts. and take the most strategic route to maximize compensation for our clients.

Each employment attorney at our firm is a strong voice for California employees. We aren't afraid to stand up to large corporations who do not treat their employees fairly. In fact, we have recovered millions of dollars in class action cases by standing ip to the bully bosses of big businesses. We have the resources, conviction, and results to prove we are one of the best employment rights attorney teams in the state.


Best of all? If you need legal assistance, California workers don't pay any up-front fees. We strive to ensure our attorney's services are accessible to everyone - even those who cannot afford to hire the right lawyer. We are so confident in our lawyer services, we only are paid when an employee sues and wins. Call us today for a free consultation and advice on your specific employer issue. You will speak to one of our team members who will keep all confidential information safely in your file. One of our powerful attorneys will review the file and decide if we can take the case. If we cannot, we sometimes refer callers to another one of our trusted law firms that might be able to serve them better.

And if we do take the case, we review the legal issue with the employee and begin to build a claim as their employment law attorney. During this process, we gather evidence from the client and sometimes reach out to other employees at the same company if we believe a class action suit can be pursued. For those who need an employment lawyer, Lawyers for Justice, PC is the answer. We have some of the best employment lawyers in California. Our previous clients have consistently wonderful things to say about our work and how we navigate complex legal claims.


Employment law is an attorney practice area that covers the "rights, obligations, and responsibilities within an employer-employee relationship." An employment attorney upholds law topics that include wrongful termination, wages, discrimination, and workplace safety.

According to, "Employment lawyers typically specialize in representing either employers or employees, but rarely both. Those who represent employees (like our firm) work directly with employees to file lawsuits against employers or negotiate settlements for a wide range of grievances."

Oftentimes an employee will need an employment attorney to file a claim against their employer or any other larger or smaller entities that are involved in their pursuit workplace justice. Lawyers for Justice, PC's employment lawyer team in Los Angeles, Sacramento, Orange County, and other California cities assist in overcoming the hurdles associated with an employment law claim.

Sometimes an employee does not feel comfortable going to the supervisor at their agency or company to file a complaint regarding their employment grievance. The next step is for them to seek an employment law attorney that can help remedy their needs and take legal action.

A California employee must take certain steps before filing a lawsuit against their employer, which an attorney can help with. An LFJ attorney helps an employee decide the most strategic course of action for their case.


There are federal and state laws protecting workers throughout California. Certain acts of discrimination and harassment over the years have spawned federal employment laws, which are applicable to everyone country-wide. However, states can also pass their own laws regarding employment laws. The following are several federal laws protecting you as an employee in Los Angeles:
  • Wage and hour laws
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
  • Age Discrimination (ADEA)
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

There are also many statewide employment laws and regulations that deal with pay, hours, legal holidays, and civil rights laws. These include the California Labor Code, California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA). It’s important to retain a California employment lawyer to help navigate the myriad laws that might apply in your specific employee case so you can be aware of your legal rights as state and federal employee.


California's employment laws were enacted so that employees would be protected from mistreatment from employers - and so that if any mistreatment occurs, employers are bear the responsibility. A California employment law attorney seeks to enforce those laws and the employees that they protect.

California employment law prohibits discrimination against a protected class in the workplace, as well as prohibits firing employees for unjust cause (ie: a wrongful termination case). The laws that exist provide a strong foundation for which employment lawyers can build a case against bully bosses.

For example, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, makes discrimination illegal against employees and potential employees that belong to a certain class, such as gender, race, sex, age, disability, pregnancy, and more.

Among the many reasons an employee comes to LFJ is because they haven't received overtime pay. The employment attorney team at our firm has a specialty in building wage and hour class actions to ensure employees who haven't been paid all the wages they've earned are compensated fairly. LFJ stands up to the employer who tries to keep their employee's wages by not paying them or misclassifying their work status to avoid paying their owed wages.

It’s important to discuss each specific case with an experienced California employment lawyer to see which options are available and if our attorneys can help.


If you are fed up with the unfair treatment you experience at work and are ready to take the next step to get the justice you deserve, call Lawyers for Justice, PC. Our team will take your case on a contingency fee basis, give you advice, and coach you through the process to ensure we have all the necessary documentation and details to build the strongest case possible for you. Don't wait. There are strict deadlines in place to file claims. Rather than taking the law into your own hands and risk the chance of not getting all the money you are owed, let our California employment lawyers do the talking for you. Our employment lawyers are honest, hard-working workers, just like you, who have your best interests in mind. We work hard to fight for you because we only get paid if you win your case. Our attorneys take a sophisticated approach to law and we fight to win.

Let's face it: an employee works to not only earn a living for themselves, but also their family. A good lawyer knows that labor law is about protecting an employee's livelihood and rights and no type of employer should be allowed to strip a worker of those privileges.

The employment lawyers at Lawyers for Justice, PC represent Los Angeles workers, as well as workers in Sacramento, Oakland, Bakersfield, Riverside, San Diego, and Orange County on all types of employment law cases (see below). Our experienced legal team helps California citizens achieve their goals. We are proud that we are a plaintiff firm; we represent the people of California rather than the corporations. The powerful employment lawyers at our Los Angeles employment law firm have more than a decade of experience being the strongest voice for clients who experience unlawful legal issues in the workplace.


Wage & Hour

Employees in California have the right to compensation if their employers aren’t complying with the state’s laws. Our wage and hour attorneys are here to help.


Sexual Harrassment

In California, sexual harassment cases generally come under two distinct types of violations: Quid pro quo sexual harassment and Hostile work environment sexual harassment.


Hostile Work

Harassment in California employment law includes "hostile work environment" harassment (including non-sexual harassment) relating to sex, gender, race and many more.



Workplace discrimination happens when an employee or job applicant gets less favorable treatment because of a specific characteristic. In many cases, employers in California are prohibited by law from discrimination.


Wrongful Termination

In California a wrongful termination lawsuit is where a worker claims he or she was fired for an illegal or improper reason.