We believe in our clients and their side of the story. We fight for employees who have been illegally terminated, harassed or mistreated by employers, even if they've been turned down by other lawyers. Give us a call at 714-794-8558 to find out what you deserve and shift the balance of power! We speak Español, Русский, And հայերեն.
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The legal team at Solmer Law Corporation brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to every case. We are honest, dedicated, hardworking, caring and compassionate advocates who are highly skilled in the art of litigation. Our lawyers have been recognized in the field of employment law and received various accolades.
Attorney Lilit Solmer has been selected to the Southern California Super Lawyers® “Rising Stars” list from 2017 through 2022, the Up-and-Coming Top 25 Orange County Rising Stars in 2022, the Up-and-Coming Top 50 Women Southern California Rising Stars in 2020-2022, the Up-and-Coming Top 100 Southern California Rising Starts in 2021-2022.
Attorney Thomas Solmer has more than twelve years of experience in civil and general litigation, with hundreds of clients served and thousands of hours in the courtroom. Mr. Solmer has been selected to the Southern California Super Lawyers® “Rising Stars” list for 2022.
Employment Law Attorneys Advocating For The Fair Treatment Of Employees
California employment law is complex, wide-ranging and constantly changing. We have the knowledge and experience to help you make sense of it all. The Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) makes it illegal for employers and their managers to discriminate, harass, retaliate, or fail to prevent/correct this type of illegal behavior when it is based on an employee's disability/medical leave sex/gender, gender expression and sexual orientation, marital status, race/national origin, veteran status, and other protected categories. If you have been fired after you reported someone to HR for illegal behavior or went on a medical leave, you may have a claim for wrongful termination. The California Labor Code prohibits employers from failing to property pay for overtime, give uninterrupted and timely meal breaks and rest breaks, and provides other protections like pay for off-the-clock work, reimbursement for any necessary business expenses, and pay for technical violations on paystubs. Employees have a right to sue not only companies but any owner, director, officer or managing agent of the employer who violates basic labor laws relating to minimum wages, overtime, failure to reimburse expenses, and other violations. Under these and other California laws, employees cannot be retaliated against for exercising their rights or for complaining of unlawful practices by the employer.