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Employment Litigation For Employers

An employee lawsuit can place significant business assets at risk, and calls for swift attention from an experienced employment litigation attorney. At Sargoy Law, I provide strong, aggressive legal representation to California businesses defending against employment law claims.

My approach is proactive and detail-oriented. I meet promptly with defendant employers, analyzing the legal and factual aspects of the employee's complaint, and exploring all defenses to the employee's claims. I know both sides of employment lawsuits, having successfully represented both employers and employees.

With more than 25 years of experience, I am well-versed in effective defense strategies against employee lawsuits alleging wage and overtime claims, harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, whistleblower claims, breach of contract and other workplace violations.

Through effective guidance and counseling, and prelitigation planning, I seek to end employment disputes quickly and efficiently, sparing my clients the cost of drawn-out litigation.

I know the law and can help you understand the strength of the plaintiff's case against you. When the employee's case is weak, I seek summary judgment or summary adjudication to end the case as promptly as possible. When the employee has a stronger case, I work to mitigate the damage.

In every case, I provide my clients with close, personal attention throughout the legal process.

Los Angeles Lawyer Protecting Employers' Rights

If you face an employment law dispute in California, I am here to protect your business's interests. Contact my law office today online or by telephone at 310-208-1003 or 310-472-7113.

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Sargoy Law
815 Moraga Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Phone: 310-208-1003 
Phone: 310-472-7113
Fax: 800-282-7756
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  Ken Sargoy


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