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While many settlement agreements require the amount paid to be confidential, the following results are representative of our cases.
Drivers of White Cap Construction Supply, a company owned by Home Depot, were consistently being denied their overtime wages and meal breaks. The case settled only after we aggressively advocated for the class through a long fought battle that eventually resulted in class certification by the San Francisco Superior Court.
The parties reached settlement shortly after class certification. A high-profile technology company and its CEO engaged in a public disparagement campaign against their founder and former CEO and breached the conditions of his separation agreement. The hourly employees for Boudin Bakeries, a nationally known bakery based in San Francisco, were being denied their meal and rest breaks.
The parties reach settlement prior to class certification. A female, African-American, employee over the age of 40 was discriminated against by her employer, a high-profile investment banking firm. The employee suffered unequal pay, ongoing discrimination and wrongful termination based on her protected status.
The parties reached settlement in early litigation. A female employee was discriminated against and suffered adverse employment action by her employer, a high-profile investment banking firm.
The parties reached a settlement pre-litigation. Two Yemenite Muslim employees were wrongfully terminated because of national origin and religious bias by their supervisor.
The parties reached a settlement shortly before arbitration and received an arbitration award at attorneys' fees. An employee that was persistently denied overtime wages and was retaliated against by the employer when he complained about not being paid.
After a series of incidents of harassment and retaliation, the employer baselessly alleged malfeasance by our client and wrongfully terminated him.
The case settled on the eve of arbitration. A female African-American employee was terminated from her job as a health care provider because of racial bias on the part of her supervisor.
A female employee experience from retaliation by her supervisors and was constructively terminated upon returning to work after a maternity leave. The retaliation included increased monitoring by her supervisors, diminished performance evaluations despite being a top performer, and denial of requests for medical leave.
A male African-American employee was terminated from his job after a campaign by his supervisors to force him to quit by demoting our client and forcing him to work under an abusive supervisor. An attorney-employee was denied bonus payout pursuant to her employment agreement with a law firm.
The parties reached settlement pre-litigation.
A pregnant, female employee was discriminated against and suffered adverse employment action by her employer, a Fortune credit company, after she announced her pregnancy. Alameda County Superior Court, Silmi v.
Silmi was allowed to occupy the portion of the supermarket where a check cashing booth was constructed in exchange for monthly rent.
Ahmed did not advise Preiger that he sublet the check cashing to Silmi or that he sold his business to a third party. Preiger brought an eviction lawsuit against Ahmed; Simi sued Ahmed for breach of contract and conversion. In response, Ahmed filed outlandish cross-complaints against Preiger and Silmi for interference with business relations, conversion, breach of contract and defamation, claiming that he is the owner of the check cashing and that they conspired to force him out of his business.
After extensive litigation, the parties settled on the eve of trial. Long-term tenants were unlawfully evicted from their home, at a SRO housing, when landlords forged service on the eviction notice and the unlawful detainer action.
The parties settled, after a four-week jury trial and on the day before the jury began their deliberations. The parties settled after the completion of discovery.
A long-term mentally disabled tenant was harassed by her landlord which is one of the most prominent religious institutions. An employee and tenant of a recognizable religious non-profit was terminated and evicted from her apartment when she sustained a disability that required her to take medication.
Tenants in a condominium determined that the unit had been fraudulent converted to a condominium to avoid the restrictions of the San Francisco Rent Ordinance.
Upon attempted eviction by landlords, tenants sued for wrongful eviction and unlawful contract based on the fraudulent conversion. A landlord attempted to evict Borokhov on the alleged basis that her husband assaulted an employee of the landlord.
This alleged assault consist of passing a fiberglass siding piece over a fence of the patio on the unit that purportedly touched the employee on the back side of her leg. A female, 86 year old who suffered from Alzheimer Syndrome was physically abused by her nursing care facility when they broke her arm and failed to treat her.
The parties settled at the close of discovery and weeks before trial.the act that made it a crime to advocate the overthrow and destruction of the government of the united states by force and violence. encouraged satisfaction and happiness through the purchase and use of new products, essential to an individuals value and status.
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