Dublin, California Employment Lawyers
We provide legal advice and representation to those who have been physically or financially damaged through the fault of others. We understand that every case is unique and we take the time to listen to our clients, review their options, and tailor our solutions taking into account their goals and preferences. We bring to every case our experience, focus, and dedication to results. We negotiate when we can and litigate when we have to. If you are unsure how to proceed after suffering injury, let us help determine the best course of action.
Solely dedicated to employee-side employment law and litigation since 2004; fighting discrimination, harassment, retaliation and other unlawful employment practices. Consultative engagements relating to severance and exit strategy are routine projects, having representing 100s of Silicon Valley employees.
(650) 889-4090 Sutie 203
Santa Clara, CA 95134
Santa Clara, CA 95134
We represent employees with all claims, including wrongful termination, whistleblower-retaliation, wage & hour, discrimination and harassment. Serving the San Francisco Bay Area, including Silicon Valley. Please visit our website at www.samuelrudolphlaw.com
Help small to medium size companies navigate through a wide variety of legal challenges: formation, funding, governmental impediments, operational legal planning, merger and acquisition, employee relations, and labor compliance. All with the goal of litigation avoidance. Litigation in all California state courts and the Northern and Eastern U.S. District Courts of California.
We represent individuals and small businesses throughout California. On their behalf, we bring or defend lawsuits in the following areas of law: Employment and Labor (wage and hour, age, sex and disability discrimination and harassment), Civil Rights, Section 1983, Landlord-Tenant (evictions), Commercial Collections, and Real Property disputes (sales and commission disputes, partitions). Mr. Webster has argued cases before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal, the California Supreme Court, and the California Court of Appeal for the First, Third and Fourth Districts. Representative clients of the firm include: California public charter schools, the California Pawnbrokers Association, and a diverse group of businesses...
After 22 years as a trial attorney, I have decided to limit my practice to furthering the cause of disability access and ending disability discrimination in the workplace, at home and in public places. If you are disabled temporarily or permanently, you have special rights but no government agency to enforce them. If you think you have been the victim of discrimination, call us now for a free consultation.
I am a former police officer and deputy district attorney. I have been in private practice since 1994. I bring the experiences I have gained to fight for my clients. Whether you have an employment, business or real property transaction or you are involved in a dispute, my firm will work diligently to represent you in negotiations, administrative, civil or criminal proceedings from initiation through appeal. I routinely represent both employees and employers in wage and hour and discrimination cases. I provide advice and represent individuals, corporations and limited liability partnerships and companies in real property matters...
I have been practicing all aspects of employment law for more than 20 years, including representation of both employers and employees. I assist with all types of employment contracts, wage and hour issues, employment discrimination issues including sexual harassment, employee manuals, workplace safety, wrongful termination, discipline issues, and so on. And when a lawsuit cannot be avoided, I will also handle your litigation needs.
Elizabeth formed her own law practice in 2011 in order to provide quality, affordable legal services to the San Francisco Bay Area. She is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, and received her law degree from the University of San Francisco, School of Law. While in law school, Elizabeth worked for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and clerked at several solo law practices, gaining experience in a wide array of civil law. Her overwhelmingly positive experiences with these solo practitioners led her to the decision to open her own firm. She has a...