Employment & Labor Law Attorneys Exclusively Representing Employers
Employment Law Workshops
Our firm provides monthly complimentary workshops, periodic seminars, one-on-one counseling and on-site training as part of our program to help your company avoid costly employment law issues.
Our Practice Areas
Preventative advice, training, employee handbooks, employment litigation, wage & hour, complex class actions, labor union representation.
For his achievement and success, we offer a well-deserved vote of confidence and hearty congratulations to Oscar!
Today our Firm is very pleased to announce that Oscar E. Rivas, Esq. became a Partner at Landegger Baron Law Group. Mr. Rivas joined the firm eleven years ago and has become our lead attorney defending wage and hour Class Action and Private Attorneys General Act claims. In his new role as Partner, he will be overseeing all Class Actions/PAGA matters, as well as supervising our litigation teams to obtain positive outcomes for our clients who are experiencing unprecedented levels of employment law issues.
“Oscar is undeniably a recognized expert in this litigious arena and has developed an enviable track record of resolving highly complex cases. Over the years he has consistently exhibited fine leadership skills and extraordinary talents that will lead our Firm in meeting the challenges ahead“ said Alfred Landegger.
Texas Judge Blocks Obama Overtime Rule - We have some good news (at least for now) for employers. A federal judge in Texas has issued a nationwide preliminary injunction against the Obama administration’s “final overtime rule” (the “Rule”). This is the Rule that raises the salary test for Administrative, Executive, and Professional employees to qualify for exemption from overtime pay under federal […] 2017 New Bill Alert, November 2016 - Article by: Brian E. Ewing, Esq. This year, it appears that the California Legislature focused less on passing bills that restrict an employer’s ability to manage its workforce compared to previous years. Nonetheless, there are a few bills passed this year that are worth noting. The following new laws take effect January 1, 2017 unless […] Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 - Congress recently passed the "Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016." This law allows employers who are the victim of theft of their trade secrets by employees to file a civil lawsuit in federal court, as well as in state court. The law is similar to, but not identical to, state trade secret protections.
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Our clients include banks, car dealerships, non-profits, hospitals, home health care, law firms, manufacturers, restaurants, construction, retail, markets and hospitality… large and small. We also work with many Employment Practices Liability Carriers.
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