We are employment litigators, and we solve employment problems.
1900 S. Norfolk Street
San Mateo CA 94403
We offer a free half-hour in-person initial consultation.
Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sally Nguyen is conversant in Vietnamese. Chan Phan speaks Cantonese.
At Kletter Law Firm we are committed to assertive advocacy that is focused on achieving our clients' objectives and protecting their rights. We are accessible and responsive to our clients and attentive to their needs. We are mindful that the efficient practice of law requires tailoring case strategy to anticipate overall costs. We have the knowledge, experience and qualifications to successfully handle matters in Federal Court, State Court, mediation, and administrative tribunals.
Whether we are assisting clients with Employment disputes, business cases or real estate matters, our clients can be assured that we have both the courtroom and dispute resolution experience to represent their interests successfully. We do so cognizant of the fact that no two legal matters are exactly the same, every client is unique and all efforts are aimed at ultimate resolution.
Just about all of our cases have gone through mediation or some other form of Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Collaborative team work is an important policy in this firm. Through delegation of tasks between the attorneys and paralegals, our clients can expect their case to be handled in a cost-effective and time-efficient manner.
We encourage our clients to educate themselves on legal issues that affect them. A lot of information regarding employment law issues can be found on our website at www.kletterlaw.com.
Yes, we provide volunteer services to the courts and some clients.
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Created On: 07/11/2012
Many employees mistakenly believe that because they are salaried they are not entitled to overtime premium pay. Under both California and Federal law, however, an employee's entitlement to overtime premium pay is in no way determined by whether the employee is paid hourly or on a salary.