We have had the privilege of representing people from all walks of life. We have represented world class physicians and Spanish-speaking minimum wage employees, small business owners and interstate truck drivers, police officers and probation department supervisors, trade school students and university professors. To each of our clients, we offer the same unrelenting commitment to excellence, uncompromising ethics, and devotion to justice.
Wrongful termination: You have been terminated. Your employer's handbook says you are an "at will" employee. Do you have any rights? Yes you do. There are many federal and state laws that protect employees from wrongful termination. At will employment is not a license to violate the law. Contact the Law Offices of Renuka V. Jain. We will fight for you.
Discrimination: Working men and women are protected under state and federal laws against discrimination. If you have been discriminated against in the work place, whether on the basis of your disability, age, sexual orientation, gender, race, national origin, pregnancy, religion, or because you took medical leave, the Law Offices of Renuka V. Jain is ready to protect your rights.
Sexual Harassment: Sexual harassment is destructive and demeaning. It cannot be tolerated under any circumstance. If you have been harmed by harassment, Renuka V. Jain will be a powerful advocate in your claim for justice.
Wage and Hour: The minimum wage and overtime pay requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) are among the nation's most important worker protections. California regulations provide additional protections which require rest and meal breaks, timely payment of wages, and accurate reporting of wages. If your wages have been stolen, either by misclassifying you as an independent contractor, time card fraud, failing to pay you vacation pay, or denying rest and meal breaks, contact the Law Offices of Renuka V. Jain. We Fight Wage Theft.
Whistleblower: Much of the firm's work in the employment field involves protecting the rights of individuals who have been unlawfully retaliated against by employers for reporting wrongdoing. These cases can include:

False Claims Act: If you report fraud against the government by your employer, you could be entitled to financial recovery.

Whistleblower claims: Employees who report illegal conduct, or conduct they have reason to believe is illegal, are protected from retaliation under the law. Unfortunately, too many employers disregard these laws and retaliate against whistleblowers.

Sarbanes Oxley: The Sarbanes Oxley Act protects individuals who report illegal activities in publicly traded companies.

If you have suffered retaliation for reporting illegal conduct call the Law Offices of Renuka V. Jain.
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