- Class Action
- Age Discrimination
- Disability discrimination
- Fair Employment and Housing Act Claims (FEHA)
- Fair Labor Standars Act Wage Claims
- Workplace Sexual Harassment
- Misclassification of Employees
- Race Discrimination
- Retaliation against Employee
- Sexual Harassment
- Wrongful Termination
When it comes to employer-employee conflict, you want to make sure your business needs and career interests are not swept aside. Whether you are the owner of a small business or a working class wage earner, these needs and interests are personal matters that directly affect your livelihood.
If you are an employee, you have certain employee rights to protect you from unfair or illegal business practices. If you are a business owner, you are entitled to fair employer representation against exaggerated or false claims. Employment disputes are governed by complex federal and state laws that often change with the political climate. SLF presents solutions to employers and employees who are facing legal challenges, so everyone can get back to work.