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  1. Over 3 Decades of Experience
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  5. Millions Recovered in Employment Claims

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Los Angeles Employment
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Millions of Dollars Won
for Clients in Los Angeles

Harvard graduate, Lawyer Alan Burton Newman, has helped thousands of employees fight back against workplace discrimination and wage and hour disputes since 1973.

With more than three decades of legal experience under his belt, he's prepared to handle every kind of employment claim. He has won millions of dollars for his clients and was one of the first employment attorneys in Los Angeles to win in a trial over a million dollar verdict in a sexual harassment case.

Ready To Talk To A Harvard Attorney? We're here to listen. Give us a call today for a confidential, no-obligation case evaluation. Call now at (310) 986-2792!

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  • “Attorney Newman is a remarkable person. He was very open and attentive to my needs. He made sure that I knew what was going on in my case and copied me on all the correspondence with the other side. I received a substantial settlement.”

    - E.C.

Alan Burton Newman

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Alan Newman has made it his priority to represent employees whose rights have been violated. He is passionate about ensuring that employers treat their workers with the respect and dignity that they deserve.

Our Los Angeles employment lawyer is equipped to handle any kind of workplace claim on behalf of employees. Historically speaking, Mr. Newman is able to settle 60% of his cases within 3 months of this initial meeting, while 35% of cases are settled before trial, with just 5% going to trial.

  • Cornell University
  • Bar Of California
  • United States District Court
  • California Employment Lawyers Association
  • Harvard University

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