California Employment Lawyers
Browne Labor Law s employment lawyers provide free, confidential case evaluations for employees. Call 800-421-2594 today to see if you have a case.
Browne Labor Law s employment lawyers are contingency fee attorneys. This means that if you become a client, Browne Labor Law will not charge up front costs or fees. It is in your best interests to call 800-421-2594 today to speak to an employment lawyer.
Browne Labor Law is open 7 days/week. Its employment attorneys serve its clients mornings and nights. Call 800-421-2594 today to see if you have an employment law case. The law firm s employment lawyers provide free consultations.
California Employee Rights Law Firm
Browne Labor Law is a California employee rights law firm. Its employment lawyers aggressively advocate for employees who have experienced employment discrimination, a hostile work environment due to sexual harassment in the workplace, retaliation, wage and overtime violations, a wrongful termination, race discrimination, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) interference or retaliation, or California Family Rights Act (CFRA) interference or retaliation. The law firm s employment lawyers also advocate for employees who have experienced sex discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, an illegal demotion, breach of contract, unpaid overtime, unpaid commissions, or unpaid wages. Additionally, Browne Labor Law and its of counsel employment lawyer represent whistleblower employees, provide EEOC and DFEH representation, and advocate for employees who have experienced age discrimination, discrimination based on religion, or disability discrimination. Browne Labor Law s employment lawyers also represent employees who have been denied a reasonable accommodation.
Browne Labor Law is a California employee rights law firm advocating for workers rights at all stages of the legal process. If a client s claim requires an initial filing with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and/or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), the firm s employment lawyers help clients complete a proper charge of discrimination. Browne Labor Law and its of counsel attorney also provide representation during the EEOC investigation, EEOC mediation, DFEH investigation, and/or DFEH mediation. Additionally, the firm s employment lawyers assist clients who have received a right to sue letter from either agency. Browne Labor Law s employment lawyers also aggressively litigate for its clients in state and federal courts.
A California Employee Rights Law Firm with a Unique Perspective
Similar to other California employee rights law firms and employment attorneys, Browne Labor Law understands that employers often try to hide illegal practices by stating that the employee s discipline history, or perhaps the economy, led to the adverse employment action against the employee. Unlike some other California employee rights lawyers, Browne Labor Law s employment lawyers bring a unique perspective to the fight for workers rights. While Browne Labor Law s founder has predominantly represented employees, the employment lawyers at his previous law firm also represented a handful of employers.
Representing Employees in Southern California and Northern California
Browne Labor Law defends workers rights throughout the state of California. The founder of Browne Labor Law is from the Berkeley/Oakland area of the San Francisco Bay Area and attended law school at Santa Clara University School of Law (Class of 2007). Mr. Browne worked and volunteered in San Jose throughout law school. Before law school, Mr. Browne worked for AmeriCorps in San Diego County, specifically serving the North County cities of Oceanside, Carlsbad, Escondido, San Marcos, and Vista. Browne Labor Law maintains its office in Los Angeles, and serves all California counties and cities including Anaheim, Bakersfield, Chula Vista, Imperial, Kern, Long Beach, Orange County, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo, Santa Ana, Santa Barbara, and Ventura. It is in your best interests to contact a California employment law firm today to see if you have a case.