California Employment Litigation
Employees have certain rights that are protected by law. Prospective employees do as well. When an employer violates a person's rights, the employer may be held accountable.
Ringler Law Corporation is a Los Angeles-based law firm focused on complex civil litigation with significant financial risks and rewards at stake. The firm represents plaintiffs exclusively and is only compensated in the event that an acceptable settlement is reached or an award is secured at trial.
Ringler Law Corporation lawyers handle employment litigation involving the misclassification of employees, overtime pay disputes, wage and hour claims, sexual harassment, wrongful termination and discrimination on the basis of age, gender, disability and other protected classifications — all of which are handled either on behalf of individual clients or groups of employees in class action lawsuits.
In the case of one individual, an Ringler Law Corporation attorney was able to secure a jury award of $3.3 million for an executive who was wrongfully terminated by his employer. Our client's claim was enhanced by proving that the employer had also committed stock fraud by illegally buying back all of the executive's stock options at the same time.
In large part, we are able to consistently achieve outstanding results like the one just described because of the way we choose to practice law. Limiting the number of cases we accept, retaining a close-knit team of experienced civil litigators, placing a greater emphasis on preparation and on maximizing the value of each individual case — these "habits" allow us to deploy our investigative, legal and financial resources to greater productive use in representing our employment litigation clients.
To discuss an employment litigation matter further, call 805-719-4903 or contact us online.
- $12 million recovered in a class action lawsuit on behalf of pharmacists who were denied overtime pay by a major health care provider.
- $10 million recovered in a class action lawsuit on behalf of employees financially harmed by their employer.
- $6.5 million recovered in a class action lawsuit on behalf of workers denied full pay for all overtime and other benefits.
- $6 million recovered in a class action lawsuit on behalf of workers denied full pay for all overtime and other benefits.
- $3.5 million verdict for an individual who was wrongfully terminated by his employer.