Our firm is currently litigating state-wide wage and hour class actions against the following companies:
California Pizza Kitchen
If you have worked for one of these companies in the last four years,
please contact us.
Layoffs & Severance Pay
Be cautious when considering signing any release, severance, or any document as part of a California layoff. If you've just been laid off or think you might be, you may not want to sign that severance agreement yet. You may be owed much more.
California workers who receive a severance when they are laid off are often getting less than what these employees are owed. California Law has recently changed. If you sign a severance agreement as part of a layoff, you may be waiving your right to make a claim for unpaid wages, overtime, penalties, or just a higher severance payment.
Please contact us to receive a free consultation before you sign any severance agreement in California.