Experienced Employment Law Attorneys Defending Orange County

If you have been the victim of workplace misconduct such as discrimination, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, or any other office-related dispute, our Orange County employment lawyers would like to speak with you. Farnell & Norman, PC is comprised of experienced employment and labor law attorneys who will fight tirelessly to protect your rights.

Making Wrongful Termination Right Again

If you have been wrongfully terminated due to your race, gender, sexual orientation and/or disability, it may be necessary to seek legal recourse. At Farnell & Norman, PC, we offer a comprehensive knowledge of California labor laws and a keen understanding of how to resolve various kinds of employment issues.

Helping You Through a Wage & Hour Dispute

Unfortunately, disputes involving wages and hours worked are a common occurrence for many California employees. If you are currently engaged in a dispute pertaining to your income and/or work schedule, you need experienced, reliable legal representation as soon as possible.

A Hostile Work Environment is Unhealthy

Though there are many ways in which a workplace could be perceived as hostile, the legal definition is fairly stringent. Comments or conduct must be “severe and pervasive” and in regards to a protected class in order to qualify as legally actionable. We will listen to your story and advise if we think your case is strong enough to move forward.

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Whistleblowing

Some employees are fired or threatened with termination when they report health and safety violations to authorities. Fortunately, these actions are against the law in the state of California. Whistleblowers in these situations can claim compensation for lost wages and psychological and/or emotional distress. In some cases, whistleblowers can even obtain punitive damages.

Retaliation

Under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, it is unlawful for an employer to demote, suspend, terminate or harass any employee simply because that employee has engaged in protected activities. Common examples of protected activities include protesting, complaining about, resisting or otherwise “opposing” discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, sex, disability, national origin, age or religion.

Severance Agreements & Negotiation

In California, every term of a severance agreement is negotiable. If you are unsure as to whether or not you should sign a severance agreement, consult with an experienced labor law attorney as quickly as possible. With decades of combined experience, Farnell & Norman, PC is well-equipped to help you and your family secure the future you deserve.

Listening Compassionately, Litigating Aggressively

The experienced legal team at Farnell & Norman, PC has dedicated our practice to helping Orange County employees regain control of their lives and futures. If you are currently grappling with a legal issue involving any of the work-related matters listed above, contact our Irvine office as soon as possible. And remember: our contingency fee basis means that you won’t pay anything unless we’re successful!

Farnell & Norman, PC has been protecting Orange County employees for more than 30 years. Contact us at (949) 553-1300 to learn more about how our trusted team of employment law attorneys can help you move forward.