Azadegan Law Group

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in California and has no record of discipline from the California bar association. *

Azadegan Law Group

Azadegan Law Group

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in California and has no record of discipline from the California bar association. *

Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
9100 Wilshire Blvd.
710E
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Phone

(310) 271-4800

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Office Information
Office Hours

9:00am to 6:00 pm.

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish, Farsi

Employment

We are dedicated to using our skills and resources to assist employees throughout the greater Southern California area with a wide variety of employment law matters.

From sexual harassment claims to racial discrimination in the workplace, our employment law attorneys handle complicated cases on behalf of clients of all backgrounds. If you want to file a claim against your employer for misconduct or mistreatment, then Employee Defenders Group, a Division of Azadegan Law Group, APC is the legal team you want in your corner.

Our lawyers have years of experience in this area of the law and know how to devise strong legal strategies so that our clients can pursue justice and maximum compensation for their troubles. Has your employer or co-workers made you feel like you might lose your job if you speak up? If so, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us so our compassionate lawyers can represent you and ensure your best interests are protected.

Azadegan Law Group
Michael Yellin

Michael M. Yellin, Esq., is an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of California. A graduate of the Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, law is Mr. Yellin's second career.

Prior to law school, Mr. Yellin worked as an Emergency Medical Technician for a "Voluntary" hospital, operating under the direction of the Fire Department of New York, in New York City. While working in that capacity, Mr. Yellin was awarded the Excellent Duty Award after he and his partner entered a burning apartment building to effectuate the rescue of a couple overcome by smoke. Mr. Yellin also dedicated much of his spare time to volunteer work with an ambulance company. Mr. Yellin brings a public interest focus to his practice, by providing tough and inventive advocacy to those who have been taken advantage of, and harmed, by their employers. Mr. Yellin understands the unique issues involved in employment cases, and the effects of these matters on the parties, having experienced them first hand in his own life.

For years, Mr. Yellin has worked with restaurant servers, plumbers' assistants, customer service representatives, cable and satellite television installers, warehouse personnel, and people from all walks of life, to obtain redress for the wrongs committed against them by their employers. Mr. Yellin has worked to obtain payment of wages and damages for overtime pay, missed meal and rest breaks, commissions pay and has helped numerous people obtain damage awards for lost income and for emotional distress.

Mr. Yellin spends his free time in pursuit of several hobbies, including car restoration and electronic tinkering.

Results
Plaintiff was misclassified as an Independent Contractor. She was not paid overtime, nor given meals or rest breaks during her employment. Just awarded nearly $100,000 after a 4-day trial.
Plaintiffs (two co-workers) were long term employees of a large telecommunications company. Both African American, they were both terminated under the guise of reorganization and elimination of their jobs. The case was settled for more than $1.2 million.
Plaintiff, a school nurse for a Unified School District in the Los Angeles area, was terminated after becoming temporarily disabled. Case settled for more than $400,000 on the first day of trial.
Plaintiff, a short-term, part-time employee working in a warehouse, was injured while at work. Plaintiff was deemed partial total disability. His employer refused to accommodate his disability despite the availability of other positions, and the ability to be accommodated in his position. The matter settled for 5 years of Plaintiff's salary.
Plaintiff, an employee of a garment manufacturer, was terminated soon after informing her supervisor she was pregnant. The matter settled for nearly $200,000.
Plaintiff, an employee working in sales for a large manufacturer, was demoted and his salary cut in half as a result of his age. The matter settled for more than $900,000.
Plaintiff' a long-term employee for a large Refuse Collector, was injured while working. His employer refused to accommodate Plaintiff's injury, and soon after terminated Plaintiff's employment. The matter settled for nearly $500,000.
Plaintiff, an employee of a uniform and laundry service company, was terminated after an on the job injury. The matter settled, prior to litigation, for more than $200,000.

Education

Southwestern University School of Law
JD,

Azadegan Law Group
Michael Yellin

Michael M. Yellin, Esq., is an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of California. A graduate of the Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, law is Mr. Yellin's second career.

Prior to law school, Mr. Yellin worked as an Emergency Medical Technician for a "Voluntary" hospital, operating under the direction of the Fire Department of New York, in New York City. While working in that capacity, Mr. Yellin was awarded the Excellent Duty Award after he and his partner entered a burning apartment building to effectuate the rescue of a couple overcome by smoke. Mr. Yellin also dedicated much of his spare time to volunteer work with an ambulance company. Mr. Yellin brings a public interest focus to his practice, by providing tough and inventive advocacy to those who have been taken advantage of, and harmed, by their employers. Mr. Yellin understands the unique issues involved in employment cases, and the effects of these matters on the parties, having experienced them first hand in his own life.

For years, Mr. Yellin has worked with restaurant servers, plumbers' assistants, customer service representatives, cable and satellite television installers, warehouse personnel, and people from all walks of life, to obtain redress for the wrongs committed against them by their employers. Mr. Yellin has worked to obtain payment of wages and damages for overtime pay, missed meal and rest breaks, commissions pay and has helped numerous people obtain damage awards for lost income and for emotional distress.

Mr. Yellin spends his free time in pursuit of several hobbies, including car restoration and electronic tinkering.

Results
Plaintiff was misclassified as an Independent Contractor. She was not paid overtime, nor given meals or rest breaks during her employment. Just awarded nearly $100,000 after a 4-day trial.
Plaintiffs (two co-workers) were long term employees of a large telecommunications company. Both African American, they were both terminated under the guise of reorganization and elimination of their jobs. The case was settled for more than $1.2 million.
Plaintiff, a school nurse for a Unified School District in the Los Angeles area, was terminated after becoming temporarily disabled. Case settled for more than $400,000 on the first day of trial.
Plaintiff, a short-term, part-time employee working in a warehouse, was injured while at work. Plaintiff was deemed partial total disability. His employer refused to accommodate his disability despite the availability of other positions, and the ability to be accommodated in his position. The matter settled for 5 years of Plaintiff's salary.
Plaintiff, an employee of a garment manufacturer, was terminated soon after informing her supervisor she was pregnant. The matter settled for nearly $200,000.
Plaintiff, an employee working in sales for a large manufacturer, was demoted and his salary cut in half as a result of his age. The matter settled for more than $900,000.
Plaintiff' a long-term employee for a large Refuse Collector, was injured while working. His employer refused to accommodate Plaintiff's injury, and soon after terminated Plaintiff's employment. The matter settled for nearly $500,000.
Plaintiff, an employee of a uniform and laundry service company, was terminated after an on the job injury. The matter settled, prior to litigation, for more than $200,000.

Education

Southwestern University School of Law JD,


Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
9100 Wilshire Blvd.
710E
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Phone

(310) 271-4800

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Office Information
Office Hours

9:00am to 6:00 pm.

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish, Farsi

Employment

We are dedicated to using our skills and resources to assist employees throughout the greater Southern California area with a wide variety of employment law matters.

From sexual harassment claims to racial discrimination in the workplace, our employment law attorneys handle complicated cases on behalf of clients of all backgrounds. If you want to file a claim against your employer for misconduct or mistreatment, then Employee Defenders Group, a Division of Azadegan Law Group, APC is the legal team you want in your corner.

Our lawyers have years of experience in this area of the law and know how to devise strong legal strategies so that our clients can pursue justice and maximum compensation for their troubles. Has your employer or co-workers made you feel like you might lose your job if you speak up? If so, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us so our compassionate lawyers can represent you and ensure your best interests are protected.

Azadegan Law Group
Michael Yellin

Michael M. Yellin, Esq., is an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of California. A graduate of the Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, law is Mr. Yellin's second career.

Prior to law school, Mr. Yellin worked as an Emergency Medical Technician for a "Voluntary" hospital, operating under the direction of the Fire Department of New York, in New York City. While working in that capacity, Mr. Yellin was awarded the Excellent Duty Award after he and his partner entered a burning apartment building to effectuate the rescue of a couple overcome by smoke. Mr. Yellin also dedicated much of his spare time to volunteer work with an ambulance company. Mr. Yellin brings a public interest focus to his practice, by providing tough and inventive advocacy to those who have been taken advantage of, and harmed, by their employers. Mr. Yellin understands the unique issues involved in employment cases, and the effects of these matters on the parties, having experienced them first hand in his own life.

For years, Mr. Yellin has worked with restaurant servers, plumbers' assistants, customer service representatives, cable and satellite television installers, warehouse personnel, and people from all walks of life, to obtain redress for the wrongs committed against them by their employers. Mr. Yellin has worked to obtain payment of wages and damages for overtime pay, missed meal and rest breaks, commissions pay and has helped numerous people obtain damage awards for lost income and for emotional distress.

Mr. Yellin spends his free time in pursuit of several hobbies, including car restoration and electronic tinkering.

Results
Plaintiff was misclassified as an Independent Contractor. She was not paid overtime, nor given meals or rest breaks during her employment. Just awarded nearly $100,000 after a 4-day trial.
Plaintiffs (two co-workers) were long term employees of a large telecommunications company. Both African American, they were both terminated under the guise of reorganization and elimination of their jobs. The case was settled for more than $1.2 million.
Plaintiff, a school nurse for a Unified School District in the Los Angeles area, was terminated after becoming temporarily disabled. Case settled for more than $400,000 on the first day of trial.
Plaintiff, a short-term, part-time employee working in a warehouse, was injured while at work. Plaintiff was deemed partial total disability. His employer refused to accommodate his disability despite the availability of other positions, and the ability to be accommodated in his position. The matter settled for 5 years of Plaintiff's salary.
Plaintiff, an employee of a garment manufacturer, was terminated soon after informing her supervisor she was pregnant. The matter settled for nearly $200,000.
Plaintiff, an employee working in sales for a large manufacturer, was demoted and his salary cut in half as a result of his age. The matter settled for more than $900,000.
Plaintiff' a long-term employee for a large Refuse Collector, was injured while working. His employer refused to accommodate Plaintiff's injury, and soon after terminated Plaintiff's employment. The matter settled for nearly $500,000.
Plaintiff, an employee of a uniform and laundry service company, was terminated after an on the job injury. The matter settled, prior to litigation, for more than $200,000.

Education

Southwestern University School of Law
JD,

Azadegan Law Group
Michael Yellin

Michael M. Yellin, Esq., is an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of California. A graduate of the Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, law is Mr. Yellin's second career.

Prior to law school, Mr. Yellin worked as an Emergency Medical Technician for a "Voluntary" hospital, operating under the direction of the Fire Department of New York, in New York City. While working in that capacity, Mr. Yellin was awarded the Excellent Duty Award after he and his partner entered a burning apartment building to effectuate the rescue of a couple overcome by smoke. Mr. Yellin also dedicated much of his spare time to volunteer work with an ambulance company. Mr. Yellin brings a public interest focus to his practice, by providing tough and inventive advocacy to those who have been taken advantage of, and harmed, by their employers. Mr. Yellin understands the unique issues involved in employment cases, and the effects of these matters on the parties, having experienced them first hand in his own life.

For years, Mr. Yellin has worked with restaurant servers, plumbers' assistants, customer service representatives, cable and satellite television installers, warehouse personnel, and people from all walks of life, to obtain redress for the wrongs committed against them by their employers. Mr. Yellin has worked to obtain payment of wages and damages for overtime pay, missed meal and rest breaks, commissions pay and has helped numerous people obtain damage awards for lost income and for emotional distress.

Mr. Yellin spends his free time in pursuit of several hobbies, including car restoration and electronic tinkering.

Results
Plaintiff was misclassified as an Independent Contractor. She was not paid overtime, nor given meals or rest breaks during her employment. Just awarded nearly $100,000 after a 4-day trial.
Plaintiffs (two co-workers) were long term employees of a large telecommunications company. Both African American, they were both terminated under the guise of reorganization and elimination of their jobs. The case was settled for more than $1.2 million.
Plaintiff, a school nurse for a Unified School District in the Los Angeles area, was terminated after becoming temporarily disabled. Case settled for more than $400,000 on the first day of trial.
Plaintiff, a short-term, part-time employee working in a warehouse, was injured while at work. Plaintiff was deemed partial total disability. His employer refused to accommodate his disability despite the availability of other positions, and the ability to be accommodated in his position. The matter settled for 5 years of Plaintiff's salary.
Plaintiff, an employee of a garment manufacturer, was terminated soon after informing her supervisor she was pregnant. The matter settled for nearly $200,000.
Plaintiff, an employee working in sales for a large manufacturer, was demoted and his salary cut in half as a result of his age. The matter settled for more than $900,000.
Plaintiff' a long-term employee for a large Refuse Collector, was injured while working. His employer refused to accommodate Plaintiff's injury, and soon after terminated Plaintiff's employment. The matter settled for nearly $500,000.
Plaintiff, an employee of a uniform and laundry service company, was terminated after an on the job injury. The matter settled, prior to litigation, for more than $200,000.

Education

Southwestern University School of Law JD,


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This lawyer is licensed to practice in California and has no record of discipline from the California bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.