Employment Law Services in Los Angeles
Assisting Clients with Employment Law Matters
Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh, LLP, located in Los Angeles and representing workers throughout California, is proud to focus our practice almost exclusively on employment law. Backed by decades of experience, we have earned a reputation as the law firm workers can trust when their rights and dignity are on the line.
We are your complete, full-service employment law firm, with a proud record of success across a full range of practice areas involving employment rights in California.
Helping Discrimination Victims Seek Justice
Employment discrimination takes a variety of forms but generally involves employees being subjected to negative treatment in the workplace because of their membership in a protected class.
This treatment ranges from disciplinary action and negative performance reviews to denial of training, denial of promotions, denial of raises and termination. When you need help, reach out to Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh, LLP for an attorney for employees in Los Angeles.
Our experienced lawyers protect the rights of workers who have faced violations of their workplace rights such as:
- Age harassment and discrimination
- Discrimination based on a disability
- Gender discrimination and sexual harassment
- Discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation
- Discrimination or harassment due to pregnancy
- Family or medical leave
- Discrimination and harassment based on faith or religious practices
- Race, ethnicity and national origin
Protecting Workers Subjected to Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment is all too prevalent in the workplace. Employers have a responsibility to protect their workers from harassment, whether perpetrated by supervisors, coworkers, or clients.
However, employees may fear retaliation or wrongful termination should they report sexual harassment. Employees sometimes may not know if their situation rises to the level of sexual harassment.
It is important to remember workplace sexual harassment:
- Does not need to be sexually motivated
- Can happen to any employee, regardless of sex or gender identification
- Can affect workers who are not directly targeted
- Can be perpetuated by co-workers, supervisors, and even non-employees involved with the company
Since 1995, we have stood alongside employees against sexual harassment. We can review your claim and advise you on your best route forward. Our attorneys are also prepared to take your case to trial and fight for your rights.
Federal law and the state laws of California protect individuals who report employer fraud related to the fulfillment of a government contract. The qui tam whistleblower laws protect employees from employer retaliation.
Qui tam and whistleblower cases involve seeking compensation for wrongful termination or other forms of employer reprisal toward an employee after the worker refuses to comply with an illegal directive or reports illegal activities.
Our qui tam and whistleblower practice extends to:
- Employees of state and federal government entities
- Employees of local government entities
- Employees of private businesses fulfilling government contracts
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Both state and federal laws provide residents with certain unalienable civil rights. Everyone deserves to be treated equally and fairly under the law, whether it is in the workplace, by privately owned business establishments, or through government agencies and law enforcement.
Regardless of a person’s religion, race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or level of disability, everyone has the right to be treated with the same level of dignity and respect.
To learn more about our civil rights practice, please visit these pages:
Kamali v. State Of California Department Of Transportation $1.8 Million Judgment
In a single-plaintiff disability failure to accommodate/discrimination claim, our firm obtained a judgment of $1.8 million.
Sexual Orientation Harrassment Case $1.5 Million Settlement
Our attorneys fought hard to build the client’s case and ultimately obtained a settlement of $1.5 million in pretrial negotiations.
Brake v. State Of California Department Of Transportation Total Judgment Of Over $997,000
Following a jury trial, Mr. Brake won the judgment after being denied a promotion for refusing to retaliate against a subordinate.
Gender Discrimination And Retaliation Case $500,000 Settlement
An employee of a large national company was repeatedly passed over for promotions while less experienced male colleagues were given responsibilities over her.
National Origin Discrimination Case $500,000 Settlement
The supervisors of an employee from Iran had made negative comments about Persians and later denied pay increases and promotional opportunities to a Persian employee.
Sexual Orientation Harassment Case $400,000 Settlement
Our firm represented an employee who was subjected to harassment for his sexual orientation in an environment that was virtually all male.
Single-Plaintiff Whistleblower Retaliation Case $350,000 Settlement
An employee was wrongfully terminated by a supervisor who was upset that the employee would question her for refusing to pay bonuses/commissions.
Multi-Plaintiff Wage And Hour Case $330,000 Settlement
$330,000 was recovered on behalf of our clients for failure to pay overtime and failure to provide proper meal and rest breaks.
Single-Plaintiff Whistleblower Case $1.15 Million Settlement
A government employee alleged that his supervisor was directing contracts and business to a specific private company, and after a year of litigation, the matter was settled for $1.15 million.
Race/National Origin Discrimination And Harassment Case $1.1 Million Settlement
A lawsuit was filed against the State of California after employees alleged less-than-favorable treatment by management.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) comprises a range of federal wage and hour laws that guarantee a minimum wage and specific overtime rules for both private and government employers. In addition, California wage and hour laws are governed by the California Labor Code and state wage orders guidelines.
Our employment law attorneys represent workers in cases involving:
- Minimum wage violations
- Misclassification as a salaried or hourly worker
- Overtime pay violations
- Independent contractor misclassification
- Rights for independent contractors and temporary workers
Contact our Employment Attorneys in LA for More Information
Our experienced trial attorneys will relentlessly battle in the courtroom to preserve your rights in the workplace. Contact us to schedule a free case evaluation.