Landegger Baron Law Group in Encino

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Why choose Landegger Baron as your Employment Law Attorneys?

  • We want a long term relationship with your company built on trust.
  • We always look out for the company’s best interest.
  • We have the experience; 35 years advising and defending employers.
  • We are a team of 10 experienced employment law attorneys.
  • We have exceptional Spanish speaking attorneys and staff.
  • We have credibility with the Plaintiff’s bar and mediators.
  • We never give up on settlement so as to avoid cost and risk.
  • We will vigorously defend your company when faced with frivolous litigation.
  • We understand the importance of EPLI insurance and work with your carrier.
  • We have a specialty in wage and hour cases including complex class actions.
  • We have successfully settled more than 50 wage and hour class actions.
  • We win cases by motions for summary judgment.
  • We have trial experience when it is the only option left.


Employment & Labor Law Attorneys Exclusively Representing Employers

Employment Law Workshops

Employment Law, Labor Law Workshops in Los Angeles and Ventura County

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

Employment Law, labor law attorneys in Ventura County and Los Angeles County

Preventative advice, training, employee handbooks, employment litigation, wage & hour, complex class actions, labor union representation.

Recent Articles

Brian Ewing Redone 2015 New Bill Alert 2016 - Reminder: the California minimum wage will increase to $10 per hour on January 1, 2016, so companies must ensure all nonexempt employees are being paid at least that amount.  This change also indirectly affects some overtime-exempt employees, whose monthly salary must be no less than two times the minimum wage.  Those exempt employees whose salaries […]
Brian Ewing Redone 2015 New Piece Rate Law Provides Employers Some Relief; But With A Catch - Employers who pay their employees by “piece-rate” instead of paying the typical hourly wages now need to comply with AB 1513.  The new law forces costly new requirements on employers who pay piece rate wages, but also provides some needed clarity in light of recent class action litigation in this area.  Importantly, the bill also […]
Sumithra Roberts 2015 Bipartisan CA Paycheck Fairness Bill Aims to Enhance Pay Equality and End Salary Secrecy - Wait. Doesn’t California already have an equal pay law? Well, yes. In fact, California has prohibited wage discrimination on the basis of sex since 1949, long before pay discrimination was prohibited by federal law. However, as the California Legislature sees it, the current version of the California Fair Pay Act is virtually identical to the […]

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Our Clients

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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