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Employment Law For Employers

In today's marketplace, companies need experienced employment law guidance to avoid costly disputes. With skilled legal guidance it is often possible to resolve issues before they become costly liabilities. When litigation is necessary, an experienced employment lawyer can pursue an efficient resolution.

I am Kenneth J. Sargoy, an employment law attorney serving businesses in Los Angeles and throughout California. I work closely with employers to help them implement sound policies and procedures. When employment disputes arise, I apply my extensive litigation experience to help clients achieve favorable results in a cost-effective manner.

Full-Service Representation For California Employers

With more than 25 years of legal experience, I am prepared to help California businesses with the two important aspects of employment law:

  • Guidance and counseling: I help my clients establish employment contracts, employee handbooks, and policies and procedures that ensure they are in compliance with state and federal employment law statutes.
  • Employment litigation: When employees sue or threaten litigation, I apply effective legal strategies to limit my clients' exposure and to efficiently resolve disputes. I have a proven record of success resolving employment disputes in and out of court.

Whatever your legal needs, I will work with you personally to help you make the right decisions for your business.

Protecting Employers' Rights In California

I am a strong employment law advocate for businesses in Los Angeles and throughout surrounding areas. Contact my law office today online or by telephone at 310-472-7113 or 310-775-2456.

Office Location

Sargoy Law
815 Moraga Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Phone: 310-472-7113 
Phone: 310-775-2456
Fax: 800-282-7756
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