Santa Barbara, California Employment Law Attorneys

Workplace issues are one of the most difficult legal problems to deal with. Sexual harassment, discrimination, failure to pay overtime, unequal pay and other employment problems can leave you feeling like there is nowhere to turn. To make matters worse, fear of being fired or retaliated against keeps many employees who feel like they are being treated unfairly from reporting problems or contacting a California employment law attorney.

This is where Humphrey & Rist can help. California Employment law is one of the most technical and constantly changing areas of the law. Our office has worked on some of the most complicated cases involving employers in the state of California. From individual cases to class actions involving hundreds of employees, our office has the experience and resources to help with your case.

California Employment and Wage Theft Help

Our office handles a wide range of employment cases including:

  • Wage Theft
  • Whistleblower retaliation
  • Retaliation
  • Unequal pay or Equal Pay Act cases
  • Failure to pay wages
  • Failure to pay overtime
  • Missed meal breaks
  • Missed rest breaks
  • Sexual harassment
  • Age discrimination
  • Sexual discrimination
  • Sexual orientation discrimination
  • Transgender discrimination
  • Pregnancy discrimination
  • Disability discrimination
  • Race and national origin discrimination
  • Religious discrimination
  • Medical leave discrimination

Humphrey & Rist have litigated cases against small employers to Fortune 500 companies. Our attorneys have years of experience fighting for employees and holding employers responsible when they fail to follow the law. We have the resources to fight big corporations and their lawyers and have been successful throughout California and the United States in difficult employment cases.

How to Get Help with Your Employment Case

When we are contacted about a California employment issue, our attorneys take the time to discuss every detail with you. We will examine all of the issues that you are having and will work to provide our professional opinion as to whether you have a case. There is never a charge to speak to a client about an employment matter and all cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means there is no fee unless your case is settled or won at trial.

For more information or to set up a free consultation, call us at (805) 618-2924.  We file employment cases in California, West Virginia, and nationwide.