AALRR has served a number of retailers throughout the state, including franchisees, staffing agencies, financial institutions, grocers, clothing manufacturer, and more. Our clients include high-profile brands who have chosen to work with us for years because of our expertise, our dedication to clear communication, and our ability to bring a positive outcome to the toughest matters.
As the state’s leading labor and employment firm, we are well equipped to handle a range of issues for retailers of all sizes—from grocers to online retailers and everything in between. We frequently handle cases before the DFEH, EEOC, DLSE, DOL, NLRB and civil court matters and are deeply familiar with a number of rules and regulations that are of critical importance to this consumer-focused sector. Employers often seek us out for our ability to handle complex class and collective actions, wage and hour claims, disability claims, discrimination claims, wrongful termination claims, and compliance. We can handle a wide range of matters of any scope.
Our range of expertise includes disability, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination claims; class action lawsuits; employment counseling and training; HIPAA compliance, and much more. If you are in the retail industry, you can count on AALRR attorneys to provide top-notch service for every legal need that may arise.
Events & Speaking Engagements
- Webinar - First Tuesday of Every Month, 12.04.2018
- Webinar - First Tuesday of Every Month, 11.06.2018
- Webinar - First Tuesday of Every Month, 10.02.2018
- Webinar - First Tuesday of Every Month, 09.04.2018
- Long Beach Convention Center, 08.27.2018
- Embassy Suites Hotel, 08.16.2018
- Webinar - First Tuesday of Every Month, 08.07.2018
- Webinar - First Tuesday of Every Month, 07.03.2018
- Webinar, Wednesday, 06.07, 06.14, 06.21 & 06.28.2018
- Webinar - First Tuesday of Every Month, 06.05.2018
Alerts & Articles
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 03.30.2018
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 03.13.2018
- Business Law Journal, 03.13.2018
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 02.15.2018