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Employment Law Guidance And Counseling

Sound legal planning today can prevent costly employment lawsuits in the future. At Sargoy Law, I provide experienced guidance and counseling to California employers, helping them identify risks and implementing policies and procedures that reduce their exposure to employment litigation.

My employment guidance and counseling services include, but are not limited to, preparation or advice in the areas:

  • Employment agreements and contracts
  • Employee handbooks and employee policies
  • Computer and telecommunication policies
  • Privacy policies
  • Wage and overtime matters
  • Nondisclosure, nonsolicitation and noncompetition policies
  • Issues involving independent contractors, salespersons, exempt and nonexempt employees, and commissioned employees
  • Representation at Labor Commissioner and EDD hearings
  • Advice on how to prevent lawsuits
  • Representation of employers in state and federal court lawsuits
  • Representation of employers in appeals of state and federal court lawsuits

It is my belief that fair employment policies, enforced in a just and equitable manner, are key to preventing expensive and time-consuming employee lawsuits. Although nothing can guarantee that an employee won't sue, I can help reduce the probability of an employment lawsuit by drafting clear and comprehensive employment policies tailored to your particular business, by negotiating settlement of an employment dispute, or when necessary, defending you in court and at trial.

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If you are seeking guidance and counseling for an employment law matter in Los Angeles or anywhere in California, I am here to protect your interests. Contact my law office today online or by telephone at 310-472-7113 or 310-775-2456 to consult with an experienced attorney.

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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  Ken Sargoy
 

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