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Jeremy Michael Golan

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  • Founder
Location:
Los Angeles, CA
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310-558-1977
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Jeremy Golan, brings significant dedication, skill and experience to the practice. Jeremy represents employees exclusively in various types of employment disputes. Some types of employment disputes include wrongful termination; discrimination on the basis of age, disability, medical, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, race or other protected category; retaliation; sexual harassment; whistle blower; family and medical leave; and overtime. Jeremy has successfully represented clients through trial and favorable settlements.

Jeremy has been selected for inclusion in Southern California Super Lawyers or Rising Stars Edition each year since 2010. Jeremy has also been selected by Pasadena Magazine as a top attorney in 2013 and 2014.

Jeremy is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California and the U.S. Court of Appeal, Ninth Circuit.

Jeremy resides locally, with his wife, Tammy, and children, Ryan, Zachary and Keira.


Areas of Practice

  • Employment

Bar Admissions

  • California
  • U.S. District Court Central District of California
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit

Education

  • Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California
    • Honors: First Honors Award
    • Honors: Dean’s Honor List
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
    • Major: Political Science

Honors and Awards

  • Southern California Super Lawyers or Rising Stars Edition
  • Top Attorney, Pasadena Magazine

Blog

Can age discrimination happen without naming an age 

If you saw an ad for a job that said only people under 40 years of age should apply because the preferred candidate was young, you would know that was age discrimination. It very clearly tells older workers that they have no chance and will not be considered. Doing...

What can a former employer tell a potential employer about you?

If you left a job on less-than-friendly terms with your boss or if they fired you, then you’re understandably worried about what they’ll say when potential employers with whom you’re interviewing call them for a reference or employment verification. Even someone you...

Understanding your employment contract’s arbitration clause

There's a lot of competition for jobs in some sectors here in Los Angeles. This leads many employers to ask their workers to sign employment contracts before they take on their roles. Your employment contract likely states that you’re required to first use arbitration...