Lucien Law Group
An Experienced Attorney Serving Southern California

Navigating California's Employment Law

California's employment laws and Labor Code are complicated, but with a lawyer's help you can make them work for you. Lucien Law Group offers sound legal advice to working people so that you can stay productive and satisfied in your professional life.

Legal Support For A Wide Variety Of Employment Regulations

Lucien Law Group has represented clients facing employment law and labor law issues including:

  • Wage and hour violations: Employees are often asked to work longer hours without being fairly compensated. This can include being asked to come in to work early, stay late, work without a lunch break, or accept unpaid overtime hours.
  • Harassment: Harassment can flow in many directions, but harassment based on characteristics such as one's race, sex, or sexual orientation is unfortunately all too common. Fortunately, these forms of harassment are prohibited under the law.
  • Discrimination: As with harassment, discrimination is typically targeted at someone based on their race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, disability, or nationality. If you are fired or denied a promotion based on one of these characteristics alone, you should take legal action.
  • Breach of contract: If your employer fails to honor the terms of your employment contract, you have the right to enforce those terms through legal action.
  • Wrongful termination: Losing your job unexpectedly can put great strain on your finances. If you were dismissed without cause, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

Darryl Lucien

Contact An Experienced Employment Law Attorney Today

Lucien Law Group represents workers whose employers are knowingly or unknowingly violating state and/or federal worker protections and regulations.

To see how Lucien Law Group can help in your case, contact us online or call us at 818-937-1411 and schedule a free initial consultation in our Encino, California, office.

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