Employment & Labor

Discrimination Attorney in Santa Barbara, CA

You don’t need to put up with unfair treatment by a boss or a co-worker in Santa Barbara, CA, when Cantor Law is just a phone call away. We aim to act as advocates for clients who face issues like racial, sexual, or age discrimination at any step in the hiring process or while they’re on the job. Our discrimination law attorney will protect your rights and strive to get you a fair resolution to your situation.

  • No fees until case settles
  • Get your maximum settlement
  • Experienced trial attorney
  • Free consultations
  • Personal Attention on Every Case

No two situations are the same, so we take a methodical approach to representation that’s tailored to the needs and goals of the client. We offer results-oriented service at affordable rates, and we’re fully licensed and insured for your protection and peace of mind. You’ll also appreciate our convenient location and flexible appointment scheduling that includes weekend availability.

Contact Cantor Law to arrange a free evaluation of your discrimination law case. We offer local representation for workers in the Santa Monica and Santa Barbara communities. Your rights will be protected when you work with us.

Employment and Labor law involves regulations and protections related to workplace behavior. This encompasses not only words and inappropriate conduct, but also adverse employment actions, such as: wrongful termination, pay-cuts, illegitimate lay-off, demotions, and failure to promote. California and Federal law prohibit behavior in the workplace that violates fundamental public policy, such as harassment, discrimination and retaliation based on:

  • Age (40 and over)
  • Ancestry
  • Color
  • Religious Creed (including religious dress and grooming practices)
  • Denial of Family and Medical Care Leave
  • Disability (mental and physical) including HIV and AIDS
  • Marital Status
  • Medical Condition (cancer and genetic characteristics)
  • Genetic Information
  • National Origin (including language use restrictions)
  • Race
  • Sex (which includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth or breastfeeding)
  • Gender, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Whistle-Blower
  • Accurately classifying employees and compensating them properly is complex. But, we can make sure that you understand your rights and remedies. Common Labor Code violations include:

    • Independent Contractor Misclassification
    • Minimum Wage Violations
    • Overtime Violations
    • Failure to provide Meal and Rest Breaks
    • Failure to provide accurate paystubs
    • Vacation Accrual
    • Tip Violations
    • Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Employee Status
    • Class Actions
    • Employee Handbooks and Personnel practices
    • Union Contract Negotiation and Grievance/Arbitraiton
    To learn more about your rights and how we can help, contact Cantor Law by calling (213) 674-0325 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Employment & Labor