San Francisco Bay Area Employment Lawyers Standing Up for Employees
Under both California and federal law, workers are entitled to a safe workplace that is free of wage theft, discrimination, harassment or other wrongdoing. Unfortunately, not all employees are treated fairly. McCormack Law Firm is committed to fighting injustices that occur on the job and holding employers accountable for labor violations. We handle a broad range of employment law cases including wrongful termination, overtime and unpaid wages, disability, medical leave and sexual harassment.
Our employment lawyers understand the helplessness that workers may feel when employers ignore their legal rights. It can be difficult to speak out due to fear of retaliation. McCormack Law Firm provides legal representation to individual employees along with taking on class-action lawsuits against multinational corporations. We listen to your goals, work hard to recover the damages you are owed, and put an end to your employer’s illegal practices. Let us do the work, while you move forward with your life.
Our employment lawyers are with you every step of the way. We will get you the financial compensation you deserve.
Wage & Hour Violations
Having a knowledgeable employment law attorney by your side can make all the difference to your case.
When you go up against your employer, your best chance of succeeding is choosing the right employment law firm to represent you.
Many clients feel overwhelmed by the legal process. You are not alone. We are here to guide you through every step and listen to your concerns. Not only does McCormack Law Firm have the knowledge and experience necessary to obtain the desired outcome in an employment law case, but we also have lawyers who will treat you with compassion and respect. We have your best interests at heart.
Our results speak for themselves
Racial discrimination and wrongful termination at a factory
Unpaid overtime and misclassification of sales employees
wrongful termination and whistleblower case
NO FEE UNLESS YOU WIN
At McCormack Law Firm, we recognize that unlawful conduct on the job can turn your life upside down. When you hire us, our employment lawyers listen to your side of the story, empower you with an understanding of your legal rights and focus on securing your livelihood. We fight on your behalf to achieve the desired outcome.
Meet Bryan McCormack
"The best part of my work is helping employees who have been treated unfairly obtain justice."
He believes that representing people who are treated unfairly in the workplace is the best way to make a positive difference in their lives. He fights to give employees an advantage and tip the balance of power in workers’ favor so they can successfully take on powerful employers.
The law is on your side and so are we.
McCormack Law Firm is equipped to provide workers with legal representation in all types of employment law cases. Your background, job title or income level do not affect the strength of your case. Our employment law attorneys have an in-depth knowledge of the law and the skills necessary to get a successful resolution.
Getting unlawfully fired from your job is one of the most stressful experiences you can go through.
It is unlawful for your employer to terminate you for an illegal discriminatory or retaliatory reason-such as because of your race or national origin, disability or medical condition, sex, age, or certain other traits. It is also unlawful for your employer to fire you for complaining about unpaid wages, discrimination, harassment, or that your employer violated a law ("whistleblowing").
If you were fired from your job, there are many factors to consider when determining whether the termination was unlawful or not. The employment lawyers at McCormack Law Firm are committed to helping wrongfully terminated workers get the compensation they are owed. We will assess your case and find out if you have the legal grounds for a wrongful termination claim.
WAGE & HOUR VIOLATIONS
You deserve timely payment of all wages and commissions, and California law requires it.
Even if your employer pays you a salary, says you are “exempt” or an “independent contractor,” you may be eligible for overtime pay. It is best to call an attorney if you have any doubt. Workers in some very high-paying professional jobs like sales or IT may be entitled to overtime pay.
You should also check with an attorney if your employer withholds sales commissions or changes your commission plan without approval. Our lawyers can determine what you are owed and recover your unpaid wages, overtime or commissions.
Subjecting an employee to sexual harassment on the job is never acceptable.
McCormack Law Firm strongly believes in taking a stand against sexual harassment at work. There are many different ways an employee may experience sexual harassment. Some common examples of sexually harassing behaviors are comments about someone’s appearance, lewd jokes, unwelcome sexual advances, the offer of a promotion in exchange for sexual favors and physical touching.
California law protects employees from retaliation for filing complaints about work-related sexual harassment. Employers have a responsibility to immediately investigate any reported incidents and stop the misconduct.
Sometimes an employer’s unlawful employment policy harms a large group of employees.
When this happens, banding together as a class can protect employees, as their combined claims give better negotiating leverage than any one person alone. Some cases may involve hundreds, even thousands, of workers who have suffered the same workplace violations.
McCormack Law Firm is experienced in skillfully handling class actions that involve issues of misclassification of independent contractors, unpaid overtime, missed meal and rest breaks, off-the-clock work, and many other employment law issues. Class-action lawsuits can often be complex. Our resourceful employment law attorneys know how to recover compensation for our clients and force employers to end their illegal labor practices.
DISABILITY & MEDICAL LEAVE DISCRIMINATION
If you have been wrongfully terminated for having a disability or taking medical leave, you should reach out to us.
California law requires employers with at least five employees to seek an “accommodation” that will help disabled employees keep working. Where an accommodation is possible, the employer may not fire the employee because of the disability.
The Family and Medical Leave Act allows employees 12 weeks of unpaid job-protected medical leave per year. Even if you need more than twelve weeks your employer may be required to give you that leave as an accommodation.
McCormack Law Firm has extensive experience defending employees who have been fired for a disability or taking medical leave. We will fight to help you receive justice and compensation.
Discriminating against a worker based on a protected trait such as their race or sex is illegal.
California and federal laws prohibit discrimination in the workplace based on protected characteristics including disability, sex, race, national origin, age and others. Employees who are discriminated against by their coworkers, supervisors or bosses may have a strong legal case if the discrimination is serious, happens often, and the employer does not take action to stop it.
What You Can Expect from McCormack Law Firm
- We are a boutique employment law firm committed to providing our clients with amazing service. With McCormack Law Firm, you get the best of both worlds—the experience and record you might expect from a much larger firm along with the personalized service for which we are well known.
- Be wary of massive employment firms where you might meet with an attorney once at your initial consultation and then never again. Many firms like this take on cases indiscriminately and then push for a quick settlement, regardless of what is actually in the best interest of your case.
- When you hire McCormack Law Firm, you will work closely with an employment attorney through the entire process. They are always directly available to clients and willing to work for them. You can expect nothing less than exceptional service, tailored to you.