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Why Business Owners Rely Upon Landegger Verano & Davis For Their Employment Law Solutions.

  • We build long-term relationships with our clients based on trust.
  • We have the experience; 40 years of advising and defending employers and business owners only.
  • We are a seasoned team of ten highly qualified employment law attorneys.
  • We have exceptional diversity in both our attorneys and staff.
  • We vigorously defend your company against frivolous litigation.
  • We understand the nuances of EPLI coverage and will work in concert with your carrier to protect your business and bring about the best possible result.
  • We specialize in defending wage and hour cases, including complex class actions, and we have successfully defeated or settled more than 100 class action cases.
  • We will always aggressively litigate cases to protect our client’s best interests.
  • We often win cases by filing compelling motions for summary judgment.
  • We take a solutions-based and cost-effective approach to all employment law issues.

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

New law provides bereavement leave Employers with Five or More Employees Must Provide Bereavement Leave - By:  Rebecca L. Gombos, Esq. On September 29, 2022, Governor Gavin Newsom signed California Assembly Bill 1949 (“AB 1949”) into law, which amends the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) to require covered employers to provide eligible employees with 5 days of unpaid bereavement leave. Who Must Provide Bereavement Leave?” AB 1949 applies to employers with […]
Featured - Supplemental Sick Leave Extended Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Law is Extended to December 31, 2022 Small Business and Nonprofit Relief - By Rebecca Gombos, Esq. On September 29, 2022, Governor Gavin Newsom signed California Assembly Bill 152 (“AB 152”) into law, which extends California’s Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (“SPSL”) from September 30, 2022, to December 31, 2022, implements new testing requirements, and provides relief for small businesses and nonprofits. While SPSL will now be available through the end of […]
New California Law - Disclosure of Pay Scales Disclosure of Pay Scales on Job Listings and Expanding Pay Data Reporting Requirements in California - By Roxana E. Verano, Esq. & Renia Zadourian, Esq. Senate Bill No. 1162 (SB 1162) signed by Governor Newsom on September 27, 2022, and effective January 1, 2023, requires California Employers to submit additional employees’ pay data to the California Civil Rights Department (CRD, formerly the Department of Fair Employment and Housing) and to proactively […]

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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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