Class Action Lawsuits

Join Your Voice With Others in a Class Action Lawsuit

If you have a legitimate claim against your employer for violating federal and state wage-and-hour laws, you are probably not alone at your company. Many businesses find it quite profitable to engage in illegal practices, knowing that employees won’t notice or will be too afraid to complain. By joining in an employment class action lawsuit, you add your voice to many other co-workers facing the same problem.

For an employment class action lawsuit to proceed, a judge must first certify that enough evidence exists to show that all plaintiffs have suffered financial damages for a similar violation. Companies facing certified class action employment lawsuits know they must show up at the negotiating table with full and fair offers for compensation, or else they face significant damages awarded by juries.


Free Consultation ▪ No Attorney Fees Unless You Recover Compensation

Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik has extensive experience representing workers in employment class action litigation. If you think your employer is violating wage or labor laws in any of the following areas, please call us right away:


  • Restricting independent contractor rights
  • Misclassification of hourly and salaried employees
  • Overtime pay
  • Vacation pay and time-off benefits
  • Expense reimbursement
  • Minimum wage laws
  • Inaccurate wage statements
  • Severance package and release agreements

Our firm also handles employee law issues that involve the following:


  • Discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Wrongful termination

These can be handled as employment class action or individual claims


Free Consultation ▪ No Attorney Fees Unless You Recover Compensation

Our lawyers will discuss your claim during a free consultation and we handle the majority of employment class action litigation cases on a contingency basis. That means you will not pay attorney fees unless we help you recover compensation.


Extra Service Award Payments

If you initiate an employment class action litigation claim, you are typically eligible to receive extra compensation called a service award. Our firm has an excellent record of getting high *service awards for our clients.


Don’t Be Afraid of Retaliation

Because employers believe they can underpay employees who fear retaliation, they also believe they can get away with that practice. This is not true. We can hold these companies accountable under laws created to protect workers who report violations.

We represent clients in Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County, San Francisco and Santa Clara, and throughout California. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers.