Frequently Asked Questions Regarding LA Employment Law

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At the Law Offices of Eric A. Boyajian, APC, Mr. Boyajian stands ready to aggressively pursue justice on behalf of victims of employment discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination. In this section, you can learn more about some common frequently asked questions regarding employment law in California. Of course, if you have further questions or wish to speak with an attorney, contact a Los Angeles employment lawyer from his office right away.

What is employment law?

Employment law is an area of law that governs all aspects of employee and employer relationships. Labor laws, harassment cases, wage concerns, discrimination and wrongful termination can all fall under this jurisdiction.

Do I have a case?

In each potential client’s case, there are numerous factors that need to be considered prior to filing a lawsuit. An attorney that is knowledgeable in all areas of employment law and local and federal laws can help determine your eligibility to file a lawsuit.

Can I take legal action if I have experienced sexual harassment?

Yes! If you have been harassed in any manner while in the workplace, it is imperative that you contact an attorney right away. A lawyer can help you take action against the wrong-doer and ensure that your rights are protected.

Can you help with hours and wage issues?

An employment law attorney can help determine if you have been a victim of hourly or wage issues. If it is found that your rights were violated, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit.

What can I do if I am being discriminated against?

Experiencing discrimination in your workplace is a very serious transgression and should not be tolerated. If you feel that you are being discriminated against, speak to a Los Angeles employment law attorney to learn more about your options in your unique case.

Call the Law Offices of Eric A. Boyajian, APC today at (424) 330-2350 to find out if he can help you pursue your case.