There are many state and federal laws that give employees rights, and provide protections for those rights despite the fact that California is an at-will state. When an employee feels that his or her rights have been violated they should consider contacting an attorney for labor laws. Each attorney for labor laws at the Akopyan Law Firm, A.P.C. has over 15 years of experience practicing law and is ready to help when help is needed.

What are Labor Laws?

Labor laws govern the relationship between employers and employees. Labor laws protect protection for employees and guidance for employers.

What is an Attorney for Labor Laws?

An attorney for labor laws is an attorney who handles disputes involving labor laws, regardless of whether he or she does so on behalf of the employee or the employer. An attorney for labor laws is often called upon by employers to explain the law and provide guidance on how to comply with the law. An attorney for labor laws is often called upon by employees when they feel that their rights may have been violated.

What are Some Common Labor Law Violations?

Common labor law violations include but are not limited to wage and hour disputes (like for example claims for failure to pay wages, claims for failure to pay overtime compensation, claims for failure to pay minimum wage, meal and rest period violations, and the like). Labor law violations can also include Collective Bargaining Agreement and/or union issues.

Experienced Help from Akopyan Law Firm, A.P.C.

Akopyan Law Firm A.P.C. services Glendale, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles. When an attorney for labor laws is needed, contact us for a complimentary case evaluation. When representing employees we often work on a contingency basis, which means employees typically do not have to pay an hourly fee. Employees are billed legal fees if and only when results are delivered.