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The firm represents employees who have been illegally discriminated against, not been paid their rightful wages or harassed in the workplace. When you need a lawyer, you want someone to be on your side, whether you are injured or you need help resolving a dispute. As my client, your interests come first. When I meet with you, I will give you straightforward and thoughtful advice so you can make the best informed decision about how to proceed. Once we decide together how to proceed, I will zealously advocate for you to get the best results possible.
Individual and Class Action Consumers Legal Remedies Act (commonly called the CLRA) claims against manufacturers, retailers, and dealers including the defendants: Red Shield Administration, Inc. (also known as Red Auto).
California Civil Code sections 1750-1784; Section 1770 contains the 25 unfair methods of competition and unfair or deceptive acts or practices against consumers that are unlawful.
Individual and Class Action Unfair Competition Law (commonly called UCL or 17200) claims for unfair, fraudulent and deceptive business practices against corporations, employers, manufacturers, retailers, and dealers, including the following defendants: Uber Technologies, Inc., Intuit, Inc., Hire Right, Haxton Masonry, Inc., Meridian, Management Group.
California Business and Professions Code section 17200 et seq. Section 17200 also cites section 17500. Section 17203 addresses injunctive relief and court orders. McGill v. Citibank (2017) 2 Cal.5th 945, 957-960 allows private actions for public injunctions without the requirements of California Code of Civil Procedure section 382 class action certification.
Individual and Class Action wage and hour claims against employers for failure to pay all wages due, including minimum wage and overtime wages, failure to provide accurate itemized wage statements, along with waiting time penalties.
Labor Code sections 201, 202, 203, 226, 510, 558, 1194, and 1198. Department of Industrial Relations Industrial Welfare Commission Wage Orders, including MW-2021, IWC-2021, IWC 1-2001; IWC 2-2001; IWC 4-2001; IWC 5-2001; IWC 9-2001.
Individual and Class Action claims for failing to provide meal and rest breaks during work hours.
Labor Code section 512; Brinker Restaurant Corp. v. Superior Court (2012) 53 Cal.4th 1004.
Individual and Class Action claims for failing to reimburse employees for expenses, such as cell phones, travel, lodging, meals, and mileage.
Labor Code section 2802.
Individual and Class Action claims for misclassifying workers claims for independent contractors who should be classified as employees and who should get the benefits of being an employee, which can include tax benefits, health benefits, and workers’ compensation coverage.
Labor Code sections 226.8, 2750.3, 2775 – 2787; Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v.
Superior Court of Los Angeles, 4 Cal.5th 903 (2018); California AB5.
Private Attorney General Act (commonly called PAGA) claims against employers for aggrieved employees seeking civil penalties for violations of the Labor Code.
Labor Code section 2699 et seq.
Individual and Collective Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (commonly called FLSA) 1 claims against employers for failure to pay minimum wage, overtime wages, and travel time wages under the Portal to Portal Act.
29 U.S.C. § 201 et seq. 29 U.S.C. 216(b) addresses liquidated damages, right of action, attorney’s fees and costs, and collective actions. Title 29, Part 785 of the Code of Federal Regulations, section 785.38 and 785.39 address travel claims.
Claims under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (commonly called FEHA
or DFEH claims) for discrimination, harassment, hostile work environment, and disparate treatment. This can be for race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, or veteran or military status.
Government Code sections 12940 – 12953.
Whistleblower protection for employees who make complaints about fraud or health or safety or illegal acts in the workplace. This can include wrongful termination claims if you are fired for reporting issues.
Labor Code sections 6310, 1102.5, Gov. Code sections 8547.8, 12653.
Wrongful termination, breach of contract, or loss of employment opportunity and advancement. If any of the issues raised in the employment law section lead to an adverse employment action, up to and including termination, you can bring claims for that against your employer.
When you need a lawyer, you want someone to be on your side, whether you are injured or you need help resolving a dispute. As my client, your interests come first.
Granahan Law, P.C.
235 Montgomery, Ste 440
San Francisco, CA 94104
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