The Employee’s Attorney Fighting Against Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation In Your Workplace
Simply put, THE TIBOR LAW FIRM, A.P.C. was founded for employees who want to fight the unfair, discriminatory, harassing, and/or retaliatory actions of their employer by opposing their conduct, exposing those wrongdoers, and holding them accountable. There are lawyers and firms that will write letters hoping to get a quick settlement, and even some that will litigate a case up to trial only then to convince the client to settle sometimes to avoid going to trial. The vast majority of employment cases do settle. California public policy and the Courts encourage settlement. Many cases need and should be settled. If you are looking for a quick settlement, this is not the firm for you.
If you believe that you may be the victim of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, or you believe you are not being paid correctly, and you want to FIGHT, there are attorneys that want to fight with you and for you. THE TIBOR LAW FIRM, A.P.C. was formed for that purpose. Even if you feel that THE TIBOR LAW FIRM, A.P.C. is not the right firm for you, we will provide you with the contact information for like minded attorneys willing to fight all the way for you.
You Have Employee Rights
In evaluating a case, THE TIBOR LAW FIRM, A.P.C. often does not care if you were an “at-will” employee. At-will does not mean employers can do anything they want. As someone working in California, you have the RIGHT to work in an environment free from unlawful discrimination and harassment, as well as the EMPLOYEE RIGHT to report it free from unlawful retaliation. Some employers, managers, and supervisors, will try to take advantage of your at-will employment status by using it to protect themselves from liability. Others may trump up false reasons, or use insignificant incidents to disguise their discriminatory, harassing, and/or retaliatory treatment. These types of situations in the workplace happen more often than most people can fathom because few speak up and others enter into confidential settlements.
The Attention, Honesty, & Experience You Deserve
THE TIBOR LAW FIRM, A.P.C. provides the highest quality of advocacy for employees. The founding attorney, David F. Tibor spent almost a decade working for large plaintiff employment firms securing millions of dollars each year for his clients. Now you get the large plaintiff firm experience without being passed off to young associates and/or paralegals. Mr. Tibor has dedicated his career to employee rights and now with the boutique firm model, Mr. Tibor directly handles every aspect of every case including every communication with witnesses, opposing counsel, and most importantly, the client.
Focused On People, Not Just A Case
The firm has a unique boutique design that allows it to fully focus on all of our clients’ needs. The firm only practices employment law on behalf of employees and intentionally limits the number of clients it represents at any given time to ensure an effective individualized strategy is fully developed and executed. Inspired by Ray Dalio’s “Radical Transparency” as articulated in his book Principles, you will get a straight forward honest assessment of your case and what the firm will attempt and not attempt to achieve for you. You will then be encouraged to have a discussion with other competent employment lawyers.
THE TIBOR LAW FIRM, A.P.C. is also readily available to address each client’s needs including helping them transition between employment by assisting them to obtain unemployment and/or other needed benefits available to them. This is not something you will find at firms stockpiling cases for settlements. The central mission of THE TIBOR LAW FIRM, A.P.C. focuses on the person it is representing.
If you have been a victim of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, or you have been a victim of a wrongful termination, you do not need to suffer any longer. The firm will navigate you through the relevant government agency filings, such as the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Division of Industrial Relations which are usually required before filing with the either the California Courts or the United States District Court.
Call or email today so we can learn more about you and your situation and provide you with the best plan of action to remedy the unfair treatment you endured.