California Attorneys For Employment Class Actions
At GrahamHollis APC, we have extensive experience in class actions and representative actions on behalf of employees. Our attorneys handle these cases under multiple bodies of law, including the Private Attorneys General Act, also known as PAGA.
We conduct thorough investigations to determine the root causes of employment law violations. If multiple employees have been affected, our attorneys can determine the appropriate course of action. Depending on the circumstances, that could mean a class action, a PAGA representative action or both.
Arbitration Agreements And Class Actions
It has become increasingly common for employers to ask employees to sign arbitration agreements that bar class actions. However, many arbitration agreements are not enforceable under California law, and it is illegal in California to bar all representative actions.
If you and your coworkers have signed an arbitration agreement, our attorneys can assess your situation to determine whether a PAGA representative action, rather than a class action, is the best path forward. We have extensive experience in these matters, and we welcome the opportunity to discuss your case.
Our attorneys have recovered more than $200 million for California workers. We want to help you, too.
What Leads To Class Action Lawsuits?
Employment class actions can arise from a wide range of issues, including:
Our attorneys know how to investigate these matters and uncover the root causes of employment law violations. In fact, we have an outstanding record of success in taking on major corporations and winning.