CounselOne P.C Group Legal Advice on Class Action Lawsuits
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - usa - Dec 31, 2019 - Based in California, Counsel One P. C is a law company with years of experience in helping their clients to achieve maximum compensation in cases concerning their employment. The company has a proven track record of success. Having over 15 years of experience, the firm has won millions in remuneration for their clients, achieving recognition for their superior representation in the process. Their California employment law attorneys handle most cases on a contingency basis. That means that clients don’t pay until they recover compensations for the clients.
“Numerous class-action lawyers in Los Angeles do not truly understand that many people have worked for their money for years and that this might be money they were hoping to live off of in retired life,” said the company spokesperson. “We all know that an investment loss can be just as significant a blow as a physical injury, and we have the resources to fully and completely handle and research the client’s class-action lawsuit.
Under the state law of California, employers are required to provide a 30-minute meal break once the employee has worked for 5 hours. For such meal breaks, an employer is not required to pay for this time; therefore, these fall under unpaid lunch break laws. When an employee’s workday is completed in 6 hours or less, the employee may consent to ‘give up’ their right to a meal break. If an employee works a 10-hour day, he or she is entitled to a second 30-minute unpaid meal break. Where the entire workday does not exceed 12 hours, then the employee may choose to give up the second meal break. That being said, it must be noted that the second break may only be waived if the employee took the first break. Therefore, an employee may not waive both breaks in one day. Depending on the nature of the job, if an employee is unable to take a break from all their duties, the employer is required to provide an on-duty meal period. Such meal periods must be paid, and the employee must agree to an on-duty break in writing.
“There is no doubt that Los Angeles is among the most powerful and influential cities in the entire United States for various reasons,” said the company spokesperson. “To begin with, Los Angeles is a global cultural and fashion hub, mostly considering the film industry is worth billions of dollars. Of course, with a big business often means significant litigation. That is why, when it comes to contract lawyers in Los Angeles, clients want to ensure they have the best legal representation. That is where CounselOne P. C can make sure that our clients are protected.”
California employment law attorneys at Counsel One handle most cases on a contingency basis. That means clients don’t pay them a cent until they recover compensation for them. The firm has won millions of dollars in compensation for its clients, achieving recognition for our superior representation in the process. CounselOne believes that their clients deserve nothing less than the most aggressive, solution-oriented representation. Their experience and expertise in California employment law and consumer class actions ensure that their case will always be in good hands.
About CounselOne P.C
The Counsel One P. C is a law firm of renowned professionals who specialize in criminal and employment law. For legal advice with regards to employee lunch break law, contact Counsel One P. C.
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