Mancini & Associates

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Employment Law

Employment Law Overview

Skilled California Employment Law Attorneys

Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation Lawyers

If you have been discriminated against on the job, not received adequate pay for overtime hours, or been witness to contract fraud or other illegal activity committed by your employer, you may be entitled to compensation. And if you case falls in the category of whistleblowing, you may even be eligible for a portion of a monetary settlement. The only way to know is to meet with our experienced and ethical employment law attorneys at Mancini & Associates in Sherman Oaks, California. Since 1997, our law firm has been offering effective and results-oriented legal advice to clients throughout Southern California.

Let Us Fight for Your Rights in the Workplace

Our Los Angeles County employment law attorneys represent clients at every level of state and federal courts in the areas of:

  • Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation - It is illegal to be treated differently or be the subject of jokes and slurs at work on the basis of age, race, national origin, sex, disability, pregnancy, or religion. Call our lawyers to see if you have a case.
  • Wage and Hour - If your employer has asked you to "work off the clock" or has not paid you the overtime pay you are owed, they are in violation of the law. We can help you get the compensation you deserve.
  • Whistleblower - If you have noticed your employer engaging in illegal activity such as over-billing clients or contract fraud, our whistleblower attorneys can help you investigate further. You may be entitled to a portion of any money recovered.

Contact Our Employment Law Lawyers to Learn More

If you believe you have suffered any type of discrimination or retaliation on the job or have not received the wages due you, contact our employment law attorneys today for a free initial consultation. Your legal matter will be handled with confidentiality and discretion. For more information, please read our page on verdicts and significant cases, as well as frequently asked questions about employment law. Se Habla Español.