Employer Representation Attorney in the Bay Area

An Attorney for Employers Serving Businesses and Organizations Throughout the Bay Area

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Lynnette Ariathurai is a business law attorney who exclusively represents employers. Our law firm provides comprehensive employment law representation to businesses and organizations across the Bay Area. If you have any questions or concerns for your business, we are more than happy to help. To set up a fully confidential consultation with an experienced California employment lawyer for employers, please contact our Fremont law office today.

We Help Employers Put Effective Policies in Place

Employers in the Bay Area of California can protect their rights and interests by putting strong, effective workplace policies in place. As an employment law attorney for employers, Lynnette Ariathurai helps businesses and organizations prevent claims from workers. We work with you to develop customized strategies to limit your liability risks. Among other things, our California employer representation lawyer can help you with:

  • Developing clear and consistent policies
  • Putting required policies in writing (harassment/discrimination, sick leave, etc.)
  • Employee handbooks (for larger employers)
  • Understanding required annual trainings in California (harassment & discrimination)
  • Employment contracts, including severance agreements
  • Guidance with state, federal and local regulations

Defending Bay Area Employers Against Employee Claims 

Even when you do everything right, there is still a risk that you could face a claim from an employee. Our law firm has the skills and legal knowledge needed to defend Bay Area employers against a wide range of claims under state and federal law. We help you proactively address any complaints from employees—ensuring that your company is in the best position to protect its best interests. We can assist businesses and nonprofit organizations with:

  • California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) claims
  • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) claims
  • Labor Commissioner wage and hour claims
  • Conducting a harassment investigation
  • Wage and hour records audit
  • Employment law mediation and arbitration 

Employers in California Can Rely on Employment Attorney Lynnette Ariathurai 

Employment law is complicated; employers must comply with a wide range of overlapping federal, state, and local regulations. But you don’t have to figure out everything on your own. Lynnette Ariathurai provides employment law representation for employers throughout the Bay Area. With extensive experience representing small businesses and start-up companies, she has seen first-hand the damage that an employee claim can have on a company. We are focused on providing solutions-focused guidance and support to employers. Among other things, our California employment law attorney is prepared to:

  • Listen to your problem and answer questions during a confidential initial consultation
  • Provide you guidance in gathering essential information, documents, and records, you need to move forward
  • Take proactive action to protect the rights and interests of your business

Schedule Your Confidential Consultation Today

Attorney Lynnette Ariathurai is an experienced business lawyer for employers. If you have any questions about employment law, we are here to help you find the answer. Give us a call today or contact us online for a strictly confidential consultation. Our law firm represents employers throughout the California Bay Area, including in Alameda County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Contra Costa County, and San Francisco County.

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