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Issues arising in the workplace are unfortunately all too common. Such disruptions usually have drastic impacts on the employees and their families. However, employees have a myriad of rights, stemming from both federal and California state laws. The firm attorneys have handled a wide array of employment matters including sexual harassment, age discrimination, termination in violation of public policy and unpaid compensation, including, hourly wages, salary, commissions and nondiscretionary bonuses.

Where such employment issues should arise, it is important to contact an attorney early to help marshal the evidence and interview witnesses before memories fade. Sometimes, the employment issues begin to surface before a termination. It is even more imperative to contact an attorney at this point to assist in navigating through the legal minefield.

Hall & Morehous v. Novak Druce Connelly Bove + Quigg, LLP
Two law partners brought suit against their former firm for failure to pay salaries and bonuses, fraud and for retaliation.  The plaintiffs obtained a $500,000 judgment including attorney’s fees.
San Francisco Superior Court Case No. CGC-15-547383
Edwards, et al. v. Webcor Construction, Inc.
Jabagchourian represented several individuals in an employment/termination suit involving equity stakes against a large construction company.  The matter settled prior to trial.
San Mateo Superior Court Case No. CIV 463086
White v. Gualberto, M.D. & Seton Medical Center, Inc.
The case centered on a physical assault of a surgery coordinator by a physician, who remained at the hospital with his privileges for some time after the attack.  The case resolved in a confidential settlement.
San Mateo Superior Court Case No. CIV 518548