Wage & Hour Violations

Experienced Attorneys Fighting Against Wage And Hour Violations

Wage and hour violations are as frustrating for employees as they are financially costly. While some employers commit wage and hour violations because they do not understand the law, others do so to maximize their own profits. Regardless of cause, they are still illegal.

Employees have legal options for fighting back when they’ve been the target of these violations. At Moon & Yang, APC, our Los Angeles employment lawyers protect employees’ rights and help them obtain justice after employers commit wage and hour violations.

As fierce advocates and experienced litigators, our attorneys are ready to help you:

  • Identify your best options for holding an employer accountable
  • Pursue all available legal remedies to maximize your financial recovery

How Employers Commit Wage And Hour Violations

Workplace wage and hour violations appear in many forms. Major examples of these violations include:

  • Failing to pay minimum wage, wages specified in an employment contract, or a prevailing wage
  • Failing to pay commissions or taking illegal deductions from employees’ gratuities
  • Failing to reimburse for work-related expenses
  • Failing to pay overtime or double time
  • Forcing employees to work through their meal or rest breaks
  • Failing to provide nursing mothers with breaks to express breast milk

Retaliation Is Also Against The Law

Retaliating against employees who report wage and hour violations is illegal. If you were demoted, laid off or fired because you reported a labor violation as a whistleblower, you deserve justice. We can help you hold the parties who demoted you accountable and fight for compensation for your damages.

Act Quickly To Get Experienced Help

The state of California provides two to four years for employees to file wage and hour claims. If you do not meet these deadlines, you may not obtain financial compensation. Moon & Yang, APC, can ensure that you meet these deadlines.

Schedule your free, confidential consultation at our Los Angeles office. Call us at 213-232-3128, or send our law firm an email.