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Los Angeles Employment Lawyers

At Nosratilaw, A Professional Law Corporation, our experienced Los Angeles employment attorneys dedicate our practice to representing employees in labor and employment law disputes. Mr. Nosrati and his associates have over 20 years of combined experience in successfully handling claims in Los Angeles and know the right steps to take to maximize compensation after employee discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, and other problems in the workplace. What laws protect Los Angeles workers? What are California’s Employment Laws? We are hard-hitting advocates for employees in California with the commitment, resources, and results you need to fight for your future. Call our office today to discuss your situation in more detail with one of our Los Angeles employment lawyers or trained legal staff, at no cost or obligation.


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Our past clients rave about our dedication, attention to detail, and expertise in addressing complex problems. You’ll speak directly with our local employment lawyers handling your case throughout the entire process.

What laws protect Los Angeles Employees?

There are federal and state laws protecting workers in Los Angeles and throughout California. Federal employment laws apply to everyone in the country and have come about over the years due to acts of discrimination and harassment in workplaces. States also have the freedom to pass their own employment laws. California is a rather employee-friendly state that cares about the entire process. The following are several federal laws protecting you as an employee in Los Angeles:

  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)
  • Wage and hour laws
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
  • Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
  • Title VII on workplace discrimination
  • Whistleblower and retaliation laws
  • Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN)


There are federal and state laws protecting workers in Los Angeles and throughout California. Federal employment laws apply to everyone in the country and have come about over the years due to acts of discrimination and harassment in workplaces. States also have the freedom to pass their own employment laws. California is a rather employee-friendly state that cares about the health, safety, and happiness of its workers.

What is employment law?

Employment law is a practice area that is based on the understanding of rights and responsibilities within the employee-employer relationship. Employment law governs over pay scales, hours, the workplace environment, employment agreements, business contracts, hiring, training, firing, discrimination, and all other aspects of the workplace. Sometimes, a wronged employee needs professional assistance to go up against an employer and other parties in pursuit of fair dealings, good faith employment, and justice. In these cases, our Los Angeles employment attorneys are here to help handle the unique challenges associated with an employment law claim. Often times, the only remedy employees are left with when facing problems in the workplace is to file a lawsuit against their employer or the party responsible. There are steps you must take before you can sue your employer, such as reporting him or her to workplace discrimination agencies within the government. A local employment lawyer can help you decide which course of action is best in your case. If the government agency can’t resolve your problem and reimburse your losses, a lawsuit could be the next step in the process. With our help, you could secure compensation for your economic and non-economic losses relating to an employment problem. Employees who suffer because employers or coworkers infringe upon their rights need litigators they can count on. Our Los Angeles employment attorneys fight for employees in California who need help seeking justice. We’re on the side of the hard-working people who don’t get the opportunities they deserve because of unlawful, discriminatory, and unfair employers.

Combined with our passion for seeking justice for employees, we have been able to build a strong track record of success for our clients

There are also many statewide employment laws and regulations that deal with pay, hours, legal holidays, and civil rights laws. These include the California Labor Code, California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA). It’s important to retain a Los Angeles Employment Lawyer to help you sort through the dozens of laws that could apply in your case and to understand all of your legal rights as a Los Angeles employee. Otherwise, you could miss something vital to your case.


Leveraging extensive legal expertise, we objectively assess the strengths and weaknesses of each case.


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What are California’s Employment Laws?

The state’s employment laws serve to give rights to employees and responsibilities to employers. The law prohibits acts such as discrimination against a protected class and wrongful termination. Laws give workers a foundation on which to stand during claims and lawsuits against employers. The California Fair Employment and Housing Act, for example, makes it illegal for employers with five or more workers to discriminate against employees and job applicants because of a protected class, such as sex, gender, age, race, pregnancy, disability, or other class the law protects. The California Family Rights Act requires employers to provide leave for the birth of a child without fear of losing one’s job if the employer has 50 or more employees. Employers with five or more workers must provide reasonable leave up to four months for pregnancy, childbirth, or a related medical condition. The many state laws that affect employment protect workers from discrimination and adverse actions. Employers don’t always have the right to fire a worker, demote him/her, or choose another applicant. When they do so for the wrong reasons, injured parties can take legal action. It’s important to discuss your case with an experienced Los Angeles employment lawyer, to discuss your options and find solutions.

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How our Los Angeles Employment lawyers help with workplace lawsuits

Employment law is about more than right and wrong. It’s about your entire future and the financial security of your family. Don’t let a discriminatory or negligent employer decide your fate. With help from our employment lawyers, you can take steps to regain control of your life. Attorneys at Nosratilaw, A Professional Law Corporation represents people in Los Angeles and throughout California for employment-related cases. From discrimination to wage and hour disputes, we can provide with sound legal advice to help you achieve your goals. Our team of experienced employment lawyers take pride in the fact that we exclusively represent California’s workers – not employers. Our Los Angeles Employment Law Firm has more than two decades of combined experience handling the unique problems employees face in today’s workplaces.

We fully understand what’s at stake when someone loses a job or suffers through an intolerable workplace environment. Our firm takes cases solely on a contingency-fee basis. That means you only pay attorney’s fees if we get you financial compensation. There is no risk in speaking with us during a complimentary meeting to see if your case has merit. Employees throughout Southern California have counted on our firm for honest advice, dedicated legal services, and aggressive litigation in the face of adversity. We work for you– the employees who keep The Golden State running. When an employer tries to take advantage of you, harass you, or otherwise cause you harm, you may be able to bring a lawsuit against him or her in pursuit of monetary damages. With our help, our attorneys will walk you through the entire process, ensuring you understand your rights and fight for compensation that is rightfully due. Call (310) 553-5630 to schedule your free consultation today.


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Eligibility Requirements:

  • Applicants must be US Citizens.
  • Applicants must provide proof of current enrollment or acceptance at an accredited college or trade school.
  • Applicants already attending college must be able to show that they are maintaining a 3.0 GPA or higher.
  • Applicants who have not yet started their first college semester, must have achieved a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher and provide documentation of such.
  • Essay submissions must be received no later than Midnight, Pacific Time, March 17th, each year.

To Apply:

  • Write an essay at least 500 words in length and no more than 750 words on the specified topic (see below).
  • Submit the essay in MS Word, Adobe PDF, or Plain Text format to scholarships "at"
  • Include your name, phone, and email address in your submission email.
  • Include proof of your current school enrollment or acceptance for future enrollment.
  • Include a copy of your most recent college transcript or your final high school transcript if you are newly enrolled in your college or trade school.

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Applicants who do not follow all instructions or submit all required information will not be considered and will not be notified of such.
Essay Topic: As you look ahead to finishing school and entering your chosen profession, what is it that will set you apart from others in the same field? Other questions to consider as you write: What will you do to bring unique value to your work? What will you do to prevent being just mediocre in your vocation?
Essays will be judged on many factors including grammar and punctuation, structure, creativity, and substance.
The Nosrati Law Scholarship can only be used for school tuition and related expenses. A check for $1,000 will be made payable directly to the award recipient’s educational institution.
Students who have already been a recipient of our scholarship, may not apply again.