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About RD Law Group

At RD Law Group, we fight for you. Our firm is a full-service employment law firm serving the people of California. Whether you’re facing being wrongfully terminated or the victim of sexual harassment, we’ll stand by you and fight for you.

California law gives many essential rights to all workers. Suppose you were discriminated against or sexually harassed on the job or were not paid correctly for overtime work. In that case, you may be able to file a claim or lawsuit against your employer and seek substantial compensation.

Many workers aren’t sure if their legal rights have been violated. We would be glad to talk with you, find out what happened, and advise you on whether you should take action against your employer.

We handle all types of Employment Law Cases

Wrongful Termination

Have You Been Wrongfully Terminated from Your Job in California?

Wrongful termination can occur for a variety of reasons. In California, employers cannot terminate an employee based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or age. It is important to understand your rights if you have been wrongfully terminated from your job. A wrongful termination lawyer at RD Law Group in California can help you determine if you have grounds for a wrongful termination claim. An experienced employment attorney will be familiar with the laws governing wrongful dismissal and can advise you on the best course of action to take. Contacting a top employment lawyer at RD Law Group is the best way to ensure that your rights are protected.

Wrongful Termination


California Discrimination Lawyers are Here to Help

When you face discrimination in the workplace, it can have a big impact on your livelihood, your mental health, and your overall well-being. You deserve a safe and healthy place to work. Sadly, discrimination occurs in the workplace every day in California. If you’ve experienced discrimination at work, a California discrimination lawyer can help. An experienced attorney can help you gather the evidence you need to build a strong case and fight for the compensation you deserve. Employee discrimination is illegal under state and federal law. Reach out to RD Law Group for help. With the right legal guidance, you can hold your employer accountable and get the justice you deserve.


Important Facts About Harassment in the Workplace

Harassment can take many forms and is not always easy to identify. If you are experiencing any type of workplace harassment, it is important to speak up and take action to protect your rights. There are a few key things to consider when identifying workplace harassment. First, consider whether the behavior is directed at you specifically. If you are being singled out for negative treatment or comments, this may be harassment. Additionally, consider whether the behavior makes you uncomfortable or creates a hostile work environment. If you feel that you are being harassed, it is important to speak to an employment lawyer at RD Law Group in California who can help protect your rights.

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Wage + Hour Claims

Do You Have a Wage and Hour Claim in California?

Every year, thousands of employees file wage and hour claims. Some of these claims are for unpaid wages, while others are for unpaid overtime hours. In most cases, the employer is found to be at fault and is required to pay back the stolen wages to the employee. California wage laws are very specific If an employer does not pay employees for all hours worked, the employee may file a complaint. If you believe your employer is not abiding by the labor laws of California, contact an experienced Los Angeles employment lawyers at RD Law Group in California. Our top employment law firm in LA can review your case and help you determine whether you have a valid wage and hour claim. We are committed to protecting California employee rights.

Protected Leave

Understanding Your Employee Rights About Protected Leave

In California, employees have the right to protected leave or time off from their job for certain reasons. Protected leave rights are designed to protect employees from being fired or discriminated against for taking time off work.  If you have been fired or discriminated against for taking protected leave, you may be able to file a claim. You should contact an employment lawyer at RD Law Group if you think you have been fired or discriminated against for taking protected leave. An experienced employment lawyer can help you understand your rights and options.

Protected Leave


Facts About Retaliation in the Workplace

Workplace retaliation is when an employer takes negative action against an employee because they have reported or are suspected of reporting workplace misconduct. Retaliation can take many forms, from termination and demotion to more subtle forms of harassment or discrimination. If you believe you have been the victim of workplace retaliation, it is important to speak with an experienced employment lawyer who can help you protect your rights.  Employees in California have strong protections against retaliation, and an experienced lawyer can help you hold your employer accountable. Don’t suffer in silence if you believe you have been the victim of retaliation at work. Contact an experienced employment lawyer at RD Law Group today to learn more about your rights and how we can help.

Whistleblower/Qui Tam

There are state and federal laws encouraging you to report your employer to a government agency if your boss engages in illegal activities. These are known as “whistleblower” laws. There are also built-in protections for employees when reporting upon publicly-traded companies. Contact an experienced whistleblower lawyer at RD Law Group today to learn more about your rights and how we can help.

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Why RD Law Group is the Right Employment Law Firm for You

We lean into your work-related problem at full speed. Nothing boils our blood more than when an employer, manager, or big corporation takes advantage of an employee.

Our clients know they can count on us to protect them against unfair employee violations at work. With just one phone call, we’ll listen to your situation, inform you of your rights, and advise you of your legal options.

Call 424-535-1500 for a free consult today.

Our Process

Step 1


At RD Law Group you can speak with an experienced employment lawyer for FREE. Just give us a call or text us, and we can schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

Step 2


If we believe you have a claim worth pursuing, we’ll send you a retainer agreement to sign online. Once you hire RD Law Group, we will open your file within 30 minutes and get to work immediately.

Step 3


We’ll research your claim, review all the evidence, speak with any witnesses, and build a strong file to prove your case.

Step 4


Your RD Law Group California employment lawyer will negotiate the best settlement on your behalf as quickly as possible. Once a settlement is reached we’ll present it to you to make the final decision.

We Protect Your Rights Throughout the Entire Claims Process.

Read the 5 top questions asked by employees about employees’ rights in California.

When it comes to building the strongest employment law claim against your employer, evidence is key. First, collect evidence of discriminatory practices. Second, document the harassment or hostile work environment. Third, keep a detailed diary of all incidents. Fourth, reach out to an experienced employment attorney for help.

If you feel that your employee rights have been violated, it is important to understand what evidence you will need to support your case. To file an employment law claim in California, you will need to provide evidence that your employer violated a specific labor code provision. Some common employee rights violations include refusing to pay overtime, failing to provide a break, and sexual harassment. If you have any questions about your specific situation, it is best to speak with an employment lawyer at RD Law Group.

It can be difficult to prove a sexual harassment claim in California, but an experienced employment lawyer can advise you. To have a valid employment law claim an employee must show that: (1) they belong to a protected class, (2) they were subjected to unwelcome sexual harassment, and (3) the harassment was based on their sex and led to negative employment actions against them or created a hostile work environment. A person filing a sexual harassment claim may also be able to recover damages for emotional distress.

If you were fired from your job in California because you complained to your supervisor about employment law violations, you may have a wrongful termination claim. For more information, please consult with one of our employment law attorneys. In California, employees are protected from wrongful termination. This means that an employee cannot be fired because they complained about employment law violations or exercised their employee rights. If you feel like you have been wrongfully terminated, you may want to speak with an employment lawyer to learn more about your options.

If you have worked more than 40 hours in a week for your company but have not been paid overtime wages, you may have a wage and hour claim. Under employment law in California, all employees are entitled to overtime pay when they work more than 40 hours in a week. If you believe your rights have been violated, please contact an employment lawyer to discuss your case.


Call Today to Ask Us Any Questions

We are here to help you through your employment problem. Our California employment attorneys provide legal services starting with a free consultation.

Our “Fast + Easy Process” allows you to schedule a virtual free consultation to speak with an RD Law Group attorney quickly during regular business hours. Once we speak, we’ll discuss your options to move forward with a claim.

Our “Fast + Easy Process” includes an initial free virtual consult. Then all paperwork, including retainer agreement can be done via DocuSign online. Our appointments are virtual for your convenience. Our goal is to make working together as easy as possible for you.

Call us or text us today at 424-535-1500 or email us at [email protected].

All cases are handled on a contingency fee basis.

There is never an attorney’s fee due upfront. We only get paid when you do. And if there is no recovery, there is no attorney’s fee.