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About Attorney Jeremy M. Golan

When your years of loyal hard work for an employer are repaid with sexual harassment, racial discrimination and a hostile work environment that can only lead to wrongful termination — and legal battles — you need an employment lawyer on your side who has fought successfully for people just like you in Southern California.

Jeremy M. Golan of Golan Law, P.C., is exactly that kind of advocate, with a respected, recognized reputation for results on behalf of employment law clients throughout the region.

Mr. Golan listens carefully to your side of the story. He conducts an in-depth investigation of your claim, analyzes all evidence, tailors a pre-litigation strategy to meet your goals and provides tenacious advocacy through trial and beyond.

Learn more about experienced employment law attorney Jeremy M. Golan‘s many career accomplishments, and the variety of ways he can help you, by clicking on the link below:

The answer to your workplace legal problem could be as close as your phone or personal computer. Call Golan Law, P.C., in Los Angeles today at 310-904-6783 or send an email message to secure your free initial consultation.

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Microaggressions in the workplace: What to know

Whether you’re a person of color, someone with a disability, an older person, part of the LGBTQA community or female, you’ve probably experienced some form of prejudice in the workplace – whether it’s coming from the clients, your bosses or your peers.  In fact, you...

How do reasonable accommodations work?

Do you have a permanent or temporary disability that makes it impossible to normally discharge some of your work duties? Would you do better with a few alterations at your workplace? Then your employer may be required to make reasonable accommodations for your...

Sometimes, downsizing is actually a cover for wrongful firings

If your employer targeted and fired you because you made a complaint about harassment or belong to a particular racial or ethnic group, they would violate your rights. Most people can recognize discrimination when it occurs to them on a one-on-one basis. Wrongful...