Experienced Southern California  Employment Law Attorneys

Providing Legal Protection For Whistleblowers

Whistleblower laws are designed to encourage employees to report employer wrongdoings and participate in investigations and legal proceedings against their employers without fear of retaliation. Under California law, employers are prohibited from taking retaliatory action against an employee who asserts their legal right to participate in the judicial or investigative process or who reports unlawful conduct to their employer.

If you have reported unlawful conduct to your employer or have been called to testify against your employer and are now being harassed at work or subjected to any retaliation as a result, contact our Del Mar whistleblower attorney at Ceartas Legal today by calling 619-826-6930.

Greg A. Klawitter, an experienced Del Mar employment attorney, will provide a free, comprehensive consultation. He will review the circumstances that led you to contact our firm and provide you with an honest, upfront case analysis.

Located in Del Mar, Mr. Klawitter will fight zealously to protect the rights of employees who live and work throughout the county. He has a proven track record for obtaining justice for his clients. Let him put his knowledge to work for you and help you get the compensation that you deserve.

Whistleblower Lawyer – Del Mar Employment Disputes

Whistleblower cases can be difficult to prove and can become extremely complicated. As a result, it is vital that you retain a highly knowledgeable and skilled employment law attorney who possesses an in-depth understanding of whistleblower protection laws.

At Ceartas Legal, we are devoted to preserving and protecting the rights of plaintiff employees throughout Del Mar and proudly offer exceptional legal counsel in a broad range of employment law matters, including whistleblower disputes.

Whistleblower laws protect employees against retaliation for any action that can be deemed a legal right, including (but not limited to) the following:

  • Filing an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety violation report
  • Reporting illegal activity
  • Exposing fraudulent activity
  • Providing information during any judicial proceeding or investigation

The law protects those who provide testimony or report fraudulent or illegal activities or safety violations from retaliation.

Fighting Whistleblower Retaliation In Del Mar

Retaliatory conduct includes harassment, constructive termination (creating a hostile work environment or forcing an employee to resign), hour cuts, pay reductions, employee demotions and wrongful termination.

If you provided assistance during an investigation or lawsuit against your employer or reported unlawful activity and are now dealing with retaliation in the workplace, contact our law firm, Ceartas Legal, as soon as possible to set up your free, confidential consultation with our attorney.

Failure to bring your whistleblower action within the statutory time frame may result in the permanent loss of your right to do so. Don’t wait – when experience matters, you want the very best by your side.