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Employment litigation in San Francisco, CA

In today’s depressed economy, many are grateful for having any form of steady employment. This is by no means uncommon, as the lack of a steady income understandably is one of life’s major stressors.

Sadly, this economy enhances the fear of being out of work and creates an environment ripe with the potential for employer abuse. While employers are free to hire and fire, to assign work and to discipline employees, they are not entitled to freely discriminate against employees for inclusion in protected groups, nor to deprive employees of the fair value of their labor via underpayment, refusal to pay, or exploitation.

Some Examples of Wrongful Workplaces Practices Include

  • Discrimination or harassment on the basis of national origin, race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or other factors.
  • Retaliatory action in response to a report of unsafe or illegal work conditions.
  • The withholding of an earned commission or bonus.
  • Failure to pay a minimum wage.
  • Failure to provide meal and rest breaks.

The Law Office of Jonathan Louie represents solely employees who may have been the victim of wrongful workplace practices. Contact the Law Office of Jonathan Louie today for a free consultation.

Our Process

As every employment related conflict is unique, we review each case individually and will advise you of all courses of action. We are prepared to provide you with aggressive advocacy, and to use mediation, arbitration and litigation to advance your interests.

Our office will provide you with assistance through all stages of your matter, and vigorously fight for your rights.


Client Satisfaction

Conflicts within the workplace can exact a damaging financial and emotional toll. The Law Office of Jonathan Louie can provide aggressive and compassionate representation throughout such a challenging time. If you feel that you have been treated unfairly, please contact our office immediately for a consultation.

Contact us today if you’ve been discriminated against in the workplace.

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