2101 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 4240, El Segundo, California 90245
Appleton Law Group, APC
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Over 20 years of legal practice focused exclusively on employment law, employment litigation and business litigation.

Making personal connections and getting to know our clients and their needs; finding creative solutions to unique situations.

A unique perspective gained from representing parties on both sides of employment-related legal issues helps us create the right solution for the client.

Employment Laws in Southern California

At Appleton Law Group, our attorneys are devoted to providing the highest standard of legal representation. Whether your goal is to secure your job or to recover benefits or compensation, our attorneys strive to understand each client's unique needs to achieve the best possible resolution in every case.

Wrongful Termination & Discrimination Attorneys Providing Client-Focused Representation in Southern California

At Appleton Law Group, our attorneys have in-depth knowledge of employment law issues, including claims for wrongful termination, retaliation, discrimination and harassment, wage and hour law violations, and contract issues.

The terms wrongful termination, unlawful termination and wrongful discharge are often used synonymously to refer to a legal cause of action, such as termination in violation of public policy. Generally, for an employee to bring a claim of wrongful termination under California employment law, the employer must have discharged the employee for an unlawful reason (for example, age or race) or in breach of a contract or agreement.

It is important to understand that many wrongful termination or discharge claims are the result of other issues, including harassment and discrimination. Workplace discrimination takes place when an employee is treated differently based on his or her status, such as race, age, gender, disability, pregnancy, or marital status. An employer unlawfully discriminates when an employer fails to promote, terminates employment, or fails to hire an individual because of his or her status. Similarly, harassment claims may be based on a variety of grounds, including race, national origin, age, marital status, and disability. Many people may not even know they have these claims, which is why it is essential to discuss your case with our Southern California discrimination lawyers.

At Appleton Law Group, our attorneys have successfully litigated wrongful termination and related claims, including:

  • Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Wage and hour law violations
  • Breach of contract
  • Infliction of emotional distress
  • Interference with contract/prospective economic advantage

If you are facing one of these issues, it is essential to contact experienced harassment attorneys serving Southern California to ensure your rights are protected.

Contact Southern California Employment Lawyers Today To Discuss Your Workplace Dispute

If you have questions about a workplace or contract dispute, contact the attorneys at Appleton Law Group to receive personalized advice and representation. Please call our office today at (888) 649-1874 or contact us online for a free consultation.

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Appleton Law Group, APC
2101 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 4240
El Segundo, California 90245
(888) 649-1874 Tel
(310) 474-7023 Fax

Appleton Law Group, APC is located in El Segundo, California and serves clients in and around Woodland Hills, Wilmington, Harbor City, Carson, Torrance, San Pedro, Long Beach, Compton, Gardena and Los Angeles County.

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