We provide a full range of litigation services to our clients at a competitive cost. We are able to represent you in a variety of litigation matters in areas:
- Commercial Litigation
- Employment Litigation and Employment Defense
(wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, unpaid wages, etc.)
- Foreclosure Defense
- Professional Liability
(with a special emphasis on medical, legal and accounting malpractice)
- Real Estate Litigation
(fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, negligent or intentional misrepresentation, etc.).
We handle employment related cases (including litigation) that may include hour-wage disputes, Labor Board hearings, claims under rest and meal break rules, wrongful termination, discrimination based on age, race, sex, national origin, religion, pregnancy or disability and so forth. We are here to protect businesses from employment related claims, including those under Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), employee class actions, claims under Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), hostile work environment, overtime and wage disputes, sexual harassment claims, Title 7 discrimination claims, and wrongful termination actions.
We also handle pre-litigation disputes, i.e. matters that have risen to the level of a “dispute” where no lawsuit has yet been filed.
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***Conflict of Interest:
Loyalty is an essential element in the attorney – client relationship. The attorney’s professional judgment must be exercised solely for the benefit of the client. Absent the necessary informed consent, a lawyer must not represent a client if a conflict of interest exists. A conflict of interest arises when there is a substantial risk that the attorney’s representation of the client will be materially and adversely affected by the attorney’s own interests or duties to another current client, a former client, or a third person. If informed consent of the affected client will not solve the problem, then the attorney must withdraw.