Employment Law

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Donahoo & Associates frequently represents employees in employment law matters. We take our clients’ rights seriously and work tirelessly on their behalf to see that their rights are protected.

Over the last 10 years Donahoo & Associates has represented clients in all types of employment law issues ranging from wrongful termination to discrimination claims and in multi-party lawsuits for unpaid wages.

Our expertise in employment law matters has been battle-tested and is proven by the number of cases handled and millions of dollars recovered in employment cases.

Being the victim of discrimination, harassment or Labor Code violations can make a person dread going to work. Being wrongfully terminated can create severe unforeseen financial hardships for both the worker and his or her family.

When your workplace becomes an uncomfortable or unsafe environment because of illegal practices by your employer, an Orange County employment attorney at Donahoo & Associates can help. We offer focused and aggressive representation backed by experience and success in the courtroom.

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Donahoo & Associates has been an advocate for employee rights for over a decade and specializes in:

Orange County employment attorney Richard E. Donahoo is committed to helping workers throughout Orange County, California who have experienced sexual harassment, discrimination, nonpayment of required wages or other illegal practices by their employer. Donahoo & Associates has successfully recovered millions of dollars for employees and consumers. Our attorneys are committed to pursuing justice for our clients. In the California workplace, this is an important endeavor in order to make work a safer, more enjoyable place for all.

Contact an Orange County Employment Attorney at Donahoo & Associates today!

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