Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Attorney in Los Angeles
Understand your legal rights: Call (310) 986-2792 today!
If you have faced discrimination in the workplace, or if your rights have
been violated on the job, then you can rely on Alan Burton Newman, PLC,
a Los Angeles FLSA lawyer who has successfully faced off against large
companies on behalf of his clients.
What sets this Los Angeles FLSA attorney apart?
- 40+ years of legal excellence
- Millions of dollars recovered for clients
- No recovery, no fee!
- Free case evaluation to start your case
Mr. Newman has successfully defended workers’ rights against legal
opponents that have included, ABC Television, DreamWorks, General Motors,
the LAPD and many other entities. No case is too small or too big for
him to handle with diligence and skill. Discover how he can help you assert
your rights under FLSA—contact the office today!
What is the Fair Labor Standards Act?
The FLSA is a federal law that protects workers in every state, but California
has created its own Fair Labor Standards Act, which includes the California
Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). Together, these provide even larger
protections for workers than federal laws do. When a federal statue might
disagree with a California rule, whichever law benefits the employee more
is what will be upheld in court.
California’s overtime rules say that an employee is owed 1.5 times
one’s regular rate for:
- All hours worked beyond 8 hours in a workday
- Hours worked beyond a 40-hour workweek
- The first 8 hours worked on the seventh day in a row in a workweek
Under FEHA, workers are owed double time pay for:
- Hours worked beyond 12 hours in a workday
- Hours past the 8-hour mark on the seventh consecutive day of a workweek
It is important to note that there are exceptions to the provisions laid
out in FLSA, as certain types of employees do not match the requirements
for these overtime rules. If there is any doubt as to what applies to
call an FLSA attorney today!
The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA)
Laws on Workplace Discrimination
The Fair Employment and Housing Act portion of California’s FLSA
includes lengthy protections. Ultimately, the employee rights listed here
boil down to a protection from discrimination against employees, job applicants,
and independent contractors because of their:
- Disability, physical or mental
- Genetic information
- Marital status
- Medical condition
- Military / veteran status
- National origin
- Religious creed
- Sexual orientation
Have your FLSA rights or FEHA rights been violated? Call now!
Mr. Newman has decades of experience to pour into your claim. Find out
if you have a case when you schedule your free case review with this proven
FLSA lawyer. You’ll have no upfront legal fees to worry about, as
you don’t pay a cent unless Mr. Newman wins your case.