Protecting The Rights And Livelihoods Of Employees
You work hard to make a living so you can pay your bills and keep a roof over your family’s head. You deserve a law firm with attorneys who will work just as hard to protect your legal rights and your financial interests when a legal dispute threatens them.
In Oakland and surrounding Bay Area communities, you can turn to Bohbot & Riles, PC, to fight to make things right for you. Our firm has fought for employees for more than 20 years and knows that putting your needs and goals first is the surest path to success in cases involving issues such as misclassification, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and retaliation.
Employment Law Representation From Local Attorneys
It is not uncommon to see firms advertising nationally in search of discrimination and harassment claims. When it comes to employment law in California, not just any firm or lawyer will do; you need a firm with experience navigating the employment law issues that are specific to California law.
Our employment law practice includes:
- Sexual harassment: If your employer is still living in the dark ages when it comes to behavior and actions at work, we can help you hold them accountable. Learn more.
- Misclassification: Being misclassified could be costing you wages and benefits. Learn more.
- Discrimination: It is illegal to discriminate based on factors such as race, age, disability, gender, national origin, pregnancy or sexual orientation. This includes failing to provide reasonable accommodations for disabled workers. Learn more.
- FMLA and other leave issues: Is your employer retaliating against you for taking FMLA or another form of leave? They may be violating your rights. Learn more.
- Wrongful termination: You may be entitled to lost wages, benefits and more for wrongful termination. Learn more.
- Whistleblower: It is illegal for employers to retaliate against whistleblowers. Learn more.
- Severance: We represent employees in the negotiation, drafting and review of severance agreements. Learn more.