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Leveling The Playing Field For Commissioned Salespersons

Even the most successful salesperson can encounter difficulty in collecting commissions to which he or she is entitled.

When this happens, the sales professional’s employer is vulnerable to legal action. In Los Angeles, the employment law attorney who seeks to level the playing field for you is Jeremy M. Golan, experienced founder of the Golan Law, P.C., law firm.

Jeremy M. Golan has aggressively and successfully sought justice for commissioned salesperson clients for many years. He knows when sales commissions are justified, knows about unlawful deductions from a commission and generally advocates for all clients whose rights have been violated in the marketplace. Best of all, he knows how to get results.

The Commission Collection And Employment Lawyer You Can Trust In Southern California

The life of a salesperson is a difficult one. A salesperson works industriously for days and nights to develop good relationships with potential customers. The salesperson must convince a prospective customer that the product or service will be beneficial.

However, what is usually the fate of these hard-earned relationships when you leave the job or the employer wrongfully terminates you? What will happen if your replacement makes full use of those relationships without doing any hard work? Will you surrender your commissions despite the fact that you meet all the requirements to receive that commission?

Get answers to these questions and learn more about the many ways that Jeremy M. Golan can help you — by contacting Golan Law, P.C., for a free initial consultation. Call today: 310-904-6783 . Your email message will be responded to promptly.

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