Employee Class Action Lawsuits In California
When employers run afoul of the law or violate employees’ rights, it often takes legal action to set things right again. If their illegal conduct affects many employees, a class action claim might be the strongest avenue for pursuing justice and compensation on behalf of everyone affected.
Class actions are a powerful avenue for taking collective action to right wrongs. They send a strong message to all employers that they will be held accountable for violating employees’ rights.
Lawyer Jasmin Gill and her team at J. Gill Law Group, P.C., are committed to representing employees who have been subjected to illegal workplace practices. They are passionate about making a difference and changing the systems of oppression that permeate many workplaces. Based in Los Angeles, they represent workers statewide.
Types Of Employee Class Action Lawsuits
Class action claims might be appropriate for California workplace violations that affect numerous people – for example:
- Failure to comply with wage and hour laws, including illegal deductions, minimum wage violations and overtime wage violations
- Violations of workplace safety regulations
- Discriminatory policies and practices
- Mass layoffs that violate state or federal law
- Other Labor Code violations
If you’re not sure whether you have a class action claim, please reach out to the firm for guidance.
The Class Action Process
Class action claims follow a different process than individual claims. There are more steps to certify a class, which means getting judicial approval. Depending on the nature of the case, that might happen in state or federal court.
It’s absolutely essential to have an experienced legal team on your side. Jasmin is an award-winning trial lawyer with extensive experience in court. She and her team will work tirelessly to pursue a successful result that adequately compensates you and others who were wronged. You can also rely on them for whistleblower protection, including protection from illegal retaliation.
Find Out More About Employee Class Action Claims
There is no risk and no obligation to reach out for a free consultation. You won’t have to pay any attorney fees upfront. In many cases, courts require the offending employer to cover employees’ attorney fees and costs.
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