Employment Law: What Does It Mean to You?

Cartwright - February 4, 2014 - Blog, Employment Law

What do we mean when we talk about Employment Law? As plaintiff attorneys, we represent people who have lost their jobs, or found themselves being treated in ways that are clearly illegal by management or another employee at their workplace. We fight to help you get compensation as a victim of such acts as:

  • Employment harassment
  • Wrongful termination
  • Employment discrimination
  • Sexual harassment and sexual orientation discrimination
  • Employment agreements
  • Age discrimination
  • National origin discrimination
  • Disability discrimination
  • Pregnancy discrimination
  • Religious discrimination
  • Termination for filing a workers’ compensation claim
    • (We do not handle Workers Compensation matters themselves, however.)
  • Retaliation
  • Whistleblowing
  • Workplace violence
  • Defamation
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

It is important that you understand your rights as far as employment and the manner in which you are treated as an employee, including how your termination may have been handled. You also need to be aware of any statute of limitations that might affect whether you can file a complaint at all – you are required to act in a timely manner in order to preserve your rights to have your case proceed.

The Cartwright Law Firm has a strong legal team with a laser-focus on Employment Law, and an excellent record of aggressive representation. You need someone on your side who understands all the pitfalls and strategies used by law firms that represent employers who seek to deny you justice. Call us today for a free consultation in either our San Francisco — 415-433-0444, or our North Bay office — 707-901-3020, and get answers for all your critical questions.

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