Larabee Law Firm

Practice Areas

Larabee Labor Law Firm in San Diego specializes in employee sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, personal injury, overtime & severance law.


At the Larabee Law Firm we protect the rights of California employees in all kinds of employment law claims, including:


Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment can range from demands for sexual favors or relationships from a co-worker or supervisor, to being forced to work in a workplace permeated with sexual innuendo, images, talk and other offensive behavior.



If your employer doesn’t like you and fires you, it isn’t necessarily actionable discrimination. The employer must be discriminating against you on the basis of a “protected category” such as age, race, sex, national origin, religion, sexual preference, disability or pregnancy.



An employer cannot demote you, fire you or decrease your pay or hours, or take any negative action in retaliation of you engaging in protected activity such as: making a protected complaint, filing a worker’s compensation claim, taking pregnancy or family leave, complaining about your company’s failure to provide reasonable accommodations, reporting wage and hour issues.


Wrongful Termination

In California an employer can terminate an employee for almost any reason or for no reason at all. They cannot, however, fire you because of your race, gender, age, national origin, disability or other protected categories; because you have blown the whistle on the employer’s illegal activity to the employer or an outside agency; because you filed a worker's compensation claim; because you reported sexual harassment or because you took your protected family leave.


Failure To Pay Overtime

In California, employees are entitled to overtime if they work over 8 hours a day or 40 hours per week.  Overtime is to be compensated at 1.5 times their regular hourly wage.


Employment Contracts & 


We review and negotiate employment contracts such as severance or separation agreements, non-compete agreements and confidentiality issues.


Failure to Accommodate Disabilities

Under certain conditions, an employer needs to work with you to determine if they can accommodate any medical restrictions due to your disability/injury. They can also be prohibited from terminating you because you took medical leave.


Personal Injury

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Contact Us for a Free Consultation

Call us at (619) 376-1777 or email us for a FREE CONSULTATION.  We will fight for your rights.