United Employees Law Group, PC

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Firm Overview

United Employees Law Group, PC is a premier California labor law firm, significantly experienced in the pursuit of California overtime pay, meals and breaks, reimbursable expenses and other related claims. In addition to wage claims, United Employees Law Group also represents clients who have suffered from harassment, discrimination, and wrongful termination in the workplace.

Our firm has handled over 300 class action cases and more than 1000 individual cases with client awards in excess of $250,000,000. Unlike many law firms who approach cases the traditional way, United Employees Law Group has developed a cutting edge litigation approach that, in many instances, reduces the time it takes to bring cases to completion, and provides its clients with the optimal opportunity for maximum recovery of their claims.

An understanding of the labor laws unique to California, combined with the fact that in many instances, if the Employee prevails, the Employer must pay the Employee's legal fees, we believe, gives us an advantage. This approach gives the Employer an early incentive to settle the claims with our clients because as time passes and more work is required to pursue our clients' claims, the demand to the Employer may increase drastically.

We are passionate about protecting the rights of California employees and welcome you to contact our law offices for assistance with your labor matters.

Main Office

United Employees Law Group, PC
5500 Bolsa Avenue
Suite 201
Huntington Beach  CA  92649

Phone
  • 888-474-7242
Fax
  • 866-435-7471

Walter Haines

Labor Law Attorney Walter L. Haines

Articles Written

California Overtime Law for Employees in Scientific Professions

Created On: 08/24/2010

California overtime law and labor law attorneys are making an impact on recovering overtime pay for several science oriented professions. It is not uncommon for employees...

California Employees of Nokia Siemens Bracing for a Landslide of Layoffs

Created On: 11/30/2009

On November 3, 2009, leading infrastructure service provider Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) announced that it plans to cut between 4500 and 6000 jobs in an effort to improve the company’s dismal financial performance.  The impending round of layoffs or “strategic workforce rebalancing” is part of a plan to cut $733

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