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Lansdown Law

Bay Area Employment Law Attorney

We Are Here To Fight For You!

Lansdown Law is here to serve YOU. We are here to provide you a consistent, patient and professional approach while giving each new case the attention it deserves. An integral part of our services is to work closely with our clients so that they can make the right decisions with respect to their legal needs.

 

Our mission is to ensure that Employees are treated fairly and with respect.

 

Our Practices

We Represent Bay Area Employees In The Following Areas Of Law:

Wage and Hour 
(Pay Problems)

Legal Advice

Wage and Hour issues are abundant in California.  Wage issues can occur in any industry and often results in the employee losing money they are entitled to.

 

If you have not gotten paid, are not getting paid overtime, or are misclassified as an independent contractor, you may be the victim of "Wage Theft."​

Workplace harassment may take several forms and can be considered illegal in certain circumstances.

All employees should be free from class-based discrimination while in the workplace and are protected under state and federal state law.

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