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Employment Law

Employment Law

When it comes to unacceptable workplace practices and behavior, navigating the legal system can be difficult. Here at Metri Law, we navigate for our clients who have been harassed or discriminated against in the workplace. We offer consultation, legal representation, and other forms of assistance for those who have been wrongfully terminated, or been denied overtime pay, sick time, or their paid time off. Sometimes, all you need is one-time advice about how to handle a current work situation. We can help. Contact Metri Law today for a consultation.


Our practice can provide legal assistance and consultation to employees who need help in any of the following areas:

  • Discrimination (national origin, race, religion, disability, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender, and age);

  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) Charges of Discrimination;

  • Employee Rights;

  • Employment Contracts;

  • Equal Pay (California Fair Pay Act and the Equal Pay Act);

  • Disability Accommodations

  • Implied Contracts;

  • Sexual Harassment;

  • Harassment;

  • Housing Discrimination;

  • Labor and Employment Law;

  • Medical Leave Violations (Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and California Family Rights Act (CFRA));

  • National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) violations;

  • Non-Compete Agreements;

  • Public Employee Disputes;

  • Retaliation for Reporting Harassment;

  • Retaliatory Discharge;

  • Failure to Correct Harassment in the Workplace;

  • Civil Rights Violations;

  • Misclassification (Independent Contractor or Employee and Overtime Exemptions);

  • PAGA Claims;

  • Employment Class Action Claims;

  • Unemployment;

  • Unlawful wage deductions;

  • Unpaid wages (last paycheck, overtime, bonus, vacation, rest breaks, meal periods)

  • Wage and Hour Disputes;

  • Whistleblower Cases; and

  • Wrongful Termination.

Fighting for Fairness and Justice in the Workplace

Got labor pains? We get it. At Metri Law, we have been actively representing employees in workplace disputes.

At our California office location, we are here to fight for you – devoting our practice to exclusively representing employees and advocating for the rights of victims of discrimination and harassment.


Our clients are our top priority. Regardless of your position – whether it be CEO or entry level – or your collar (white or blue), you have rights in the workplace. We are honored for the opportunity to pursue those rights on your behalf.

No one should have to suffer from discrimination and harassment in the workplace, regardless of whether it is your boss or your coworker, and we dedicate our practice to protecting your rights – whether that be through consultations, administrative processes, informal negotiations, or litigation. We do what it takes for you to see justice – even if that means going to court – we get results.


We represent clients who need legal assistance in cases that involve sexual harassment, retaliation, discrimination, wrongful termination, employment contracts, whistleblowing, and many other employment-related issues. We also represent clients with wage disputes – including unpaid wages, minimum wage violations, unpaid overtime, misclassification, or unpaid meal breaks.


If your employer is violating your rights, you should contact an employment lawyer right away. Your claims could be subject to strict filing deadlines.


If you are the victim of harassment, wage disputes, civil rights violations, or discrimination in the workplace, please contact Metri Law today to discuss your case and schedule a consultation. We will discuss an evaluation of your claims as well as an overview of your rights, let our California labor & employment lawyers help you.

Litigation and Consultation

We are prepared to take your discrimination or harassment employment dispute to court if necessary. John Metri is an experienced attorney aggressively pursuing the rights of employees throughout the state of California. The first action you need to take in order to resolve your employment dispute is to schedule a consultation to understand your federal and California state workplace rights.


A consultation does not always mean that a case will go to court. For example, some consultations result in the initiation of settlement proceedings, while other clients may realize that they no longer need our services. Sometimes, all you need is to understand your rights under the law and answers to your questions about what you’re experiencing in the workplace is illegal. You may just need assistance in drafting a complaint to Human Resources or your employer. We can assist you with these questions and more during your consultation.


We Pride Ourselves in Only Representing Employees and Provide Zealous Advocacy for your Employment Disputes

In California, we only represent employees – and we do so throughout the entire state of California.. Being narrowly focused on employee rights means that we have developed a vast pool of experience and knowledge in this area. If you have any questions regarding your rights in the workplace, or believe your rights in the workplace may have been violated, contact us immediately.

We Strive to Educate

Employees are often unaware of certain laws regarding their rights in the workplace – and that is why we are here to help. For example, did you know that the California Fair Pay Act, SB 358 requires equal pay for employees of difference sexes when performing substantially similar work under similar working conditions? Or that under California’s recently enacted SB 1063 employers are prohibited from paying employees of one race or ethnicity less than similarly situated employees of a different race or ethnicity? What about the law that you cannot be required to work during your rest break and that if you work over five hours in a day, you are entitled to a meal break of at least 30 minutes?

One of our most valuable services is educate employees of their rights. Knowledge is power and it is never more true than when you have to stand up for yourself against a party that has been oppressing or taking advantage of you.

Contact Our Experienced California Employment Lawyers Today

Employment cases are often complex and may be challenging to resolve without proper legal representation from a labor and employment attorney experienced in this area of law. We can help.


During a consultation, you can ask the questions regarding your rights as an employee in California and whether those rights have been violated. By seeking advice of a labor and employment attorney at Metri Law, you will learn how to take advantage of your rights in the workplace.


If your employer is violating your rights, you should contact an experienced employment lawyer right away. Your claims could be subject to strict filing deadlines. Give our California employment lawyers a call today to set up a consultation.

We offer free initial consultations by phone – so you can get the answers to your most important employment law questions on the go and at your convenience. Need representation? A consultation is the first step. Call the law firm of Metri Law today to schedule your consultation.

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