Los Angeles Employment Attorney

Los Angeles Employment Attorneys

Employment Lawyers

Do you need an employment lawyer?  This firm focuses on sexual harassment, whistleblower, denied overtime, wrongful termination, and retaliation. If you were recently fired or laid-off from your company and feel the termination was wrongful, Branigan Robertson would like to help. He regularly represents clients throughout Los Angeles, CA. The firm offer’s free consultations.

You must act quickly. When a negative employment action is taken against you the statute of limitations begins to run. Contact a local employment lawyer to understand your options and secure your rights to money damages. Wrongful termination and retaliation cases are complicated lawsuits, and it is important to get as much information to your lawyer as soon as possible.

Employment Lawyer for Los Angeles Employees

Attorney Branigan Robertson has experience handling a wide variety of employment lawsuits. He is also experienced in arbitration and mediation. He aggressively protects the rights of employees throughout California. Because of his reputation for honest and hard advocacy many of our clients come from other lawyers in the Southern California area.

When an adverse employment action is taken against you the statute of limitations begins to run and could jeopardize your whole case if you don’t act quickly. You need to speak with a local labor lawyer as soon as possible to understand your rights.

Contingency Fee Legal Help

Branigan Robertson works on a contingency fee. A contingency fee is where the fee is payable to the law firm only if there is a favorable result.  Contingency fees are usually calculated as a percentage of the client’s net recovery.

Practice Areas in Los Angeles

Sexual Harassment Information

Sexual harassment is one of Mr. Robertson’s favorite areas of the law. Sadly, women across Los Angeles County and the rest of California still experience sexual harassment at work on a daily basis.

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The most common form of sexual harassment is ‘hostile work environment.’ In addition, to hold the employer liable for coworker hostile environment, the employee must show the employer knew or should have known the harassment was occurring and failed to take action. Of course, the harasser can still be held personally liable even if the employer didn’t know or it was shown the employer had no reason to know of the harassment.