Employment Lawyers Los Angeles
Felahy Employment Lawyers
Los Angeles, California 90071
Law Firm Overview
Wrongfully Terminated? Experiencing Discrimination, Harassment, or Intimidation at work? Let one of our experienced employment lawyers take the case. 323-645-5197
We are a boutique firm located in Los Angeles' bustling financial district. Specializing in Discrimination & Harassment, Wage & Overtime disputes, Intimidation & Retaliation, and Wrongful Termination cases, principal attorney Allen Felahy has the trial experience to win your employment case.
In just over 17 years at practice, Mr. Felahy has secured a 95% successful resolution rate with an average settlement or judgment amount over $100,000.
We excel in taking the fight to the other side for our clients with a smart and aggressive style of litigation. When you're going up against a fraudulent or abusive employer, you need an expert employment lawyer to take your case,
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Articles Published by Felahy Employment Lawyers
The history of women in the workplace is one of steep prejudice and small steps. Progress tends to come at an agonizing pace because the subject of gender discrimination in the workplace comes pre-packaged with all kinds of assumptions and biases. Talking is the first step towards action, and this is a conversation that has heated up in the public sphere, particularly with the prospect of a woman president on our horizon. So let's talk. And I want to talk about the way we talk.Read Article
What are gag rules? Is there one on the books in your workplace? A lot of bosses put these kinds of rules in place without knowing that anything is wrong. But actually, preventing employees from discussing wages and working conditions with one another is against the law.Read Article
A judge from the federal district of southern New York has decided to invalidate evidence obtained through the use of a cell phone tracking device. This decision may serve to clarify rules about when it is appropriate to use such technology with and without a warrant.Read Article
On May 17, 2016 whitehouse.gov announced sweeping changes to Department of Labor policy when it comes to worker eligibility for overtime pay, or rather, one major change is being made that will have a sweeping effect across the country for the coming decade.Read Article
California's so-called right to die law went into effect June 9th, and its potential ramifications have been hotly debated between proponents of physician assisted death and disability advocates. Notably, the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, a group that seeks to ensure legal help for disabled people, has released an in-depth statement expressing vehement opposition to the new law .Read Article