Los Angeles Attorneys for Active Reporters
Your Advocates When You Report Unlawful Activity
Whistleblower protections under federal and California state law generally protect two types of employees: those who actively report their employer’s fraud, corruption or illegal activities, and those who refuse to comply with directives to break the law.
At Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh, LLP in Los Angeles, our experienced employment litigation attorneys aggressively protect the rights of workers who have suffered workplace retaliation after reporting violations of state and federal laws.
Contact our firm online or call (213) 292-5444 to schedule a free initial consultation for prospective clients. Your visit will help us learn more about your situation and offer services that may help.
Have you suffered any of these common retaliatory actions after reporting your employer?
- You were fired
- You were asked to quit voluntarily
- You were demoted
- You were transferred to a job or office location you didn’t request
- You received a poor performance review
- You were denied pay raises
- Your work hours were reduced
- You were made to work additional hours without additional salary
- You were subjected to harassment or ridicule in the hopes you will quit
Single Plaintiff Whistleblower Retaliation Case Settled For $350,000
Our Los Angeles attorneys for active reporters represented an employee of a company who complained that his employer was refusing to pay its employees nondiscretionary bonuses/commissions and was subsequently terminated for his reporting by a supervisor who was upset that the employee would question her.
Single-Plaintiff Whistleblower Case Settled For $1.15 Million
Our firm represented an individual government employee who made numerous reports of potential conflicts of interest and alleged that his supervisor was directing contracts and business to a specific private company that did business with the government. After over a year of litigation, the matter was settled for $1.15 million.
Retaliation For Reporting Is Illegal. Get The Legal Help You Need.
If you feel you suffered any kind of negative action against you after reporting an incident to your human resources department as per your employer’s policy, you owe it to yourself to protect your rights.
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