San Diego Labor Lawyer

Protecting The Legal Rights of Employers and Employees

Employment Attorney San Diego

Today’s workplace is governed by a complex system of rules and regulations. Understanding your rights and responsibilities, whether you are an employee or an employer, can be difficult. We help employees and employers navigate through the maze of rules and regulations and assist them with the difficult day-to-day decisions they must make.

The experienced San Diego Employment Attorneys of Goode, Hemme, & Barger advise businesses and individuals on a wide range of employment-related issues. We are often called upon to draft employee handbooks, company policies and procedures, employment contracts, and severance agreements as well as present training seminars.

Our employment and labor law practice focuses on advising individuals and employers and on litigation cases in both state and federal court as well as before administrative agencies.

Our San Diego Labor Attorneys are noted for the depth of their experience in litigating a full range of employment and labor matters and getting results that count.

We represent clients with employment and labor issues including:

  • Civil Rights
  • Discrimination
  • Drug Testing
  • Employment Agreement Disputes
  • Employment Contracts
  • Harassment
  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Maternity and Family Medical Leave
  • Privacy Issues
  • Retaliation
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Trade Secret Protection Matters
  • Wage/Hour Compliance
  • Wrongful Termination

Our counseling and advisory services include:

  • Discrimination/Sexual Harassment
  • Employment and Separation Agreements
  • Employment Law Aspects of Business Transactions
  • Employment Manuals
  • Employee Training
  • Facility Closings and Reductions in Force
  • Litigation Avoidance Strategies
  • Labor Board Claims
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Protection of Employer Proprietary Information
  • Work Place Investigations

San Diego Employment Lawyer Disclaimer: The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult a lawyer for individual advice regarding your own situation.