Robert S. Boulter represents employees and employers in a variety of employment matters. These include violations of state and federal employment statutes involving minimum and overtime wages, discrimination, disabilities, wrongful termination, and other working conditions. State and federal employment laws are often complex and an attorney experienced in this area can help clients navigate this challenging scheme of regulations. The firm represents clients in state and federal court, and before state and federal administrative agencies.
The firm also prosecutes appeals when necessary to protect its clients’ rights and advance the rights of employees. For example, in Ramsdell v Lenscrafters Inc, 135 Fed. Appx. 130 (9th Cir. 2005), Boulter successfully argued before the Ninth Circuit court of Appeals that a prohibition of class action lawsuits in employment arbitration agreements was unconscionable. In Reynolds v Bement, 36 Cal. 4th 1075 (Cal. 2005), Boulter litigated an important employee rights issue before the California Supreme Court. Specifically, the case addressed whether officers, directors, and shareholders of corporate employers could be liable for unpaid minimum and overtime wages.
If you have general questions about employment laws or rights, please view our links on the left side of this page, which may help you. If you are an employee or employer facing specific issues involving discrimination, retaliation, termination or violation of other employment laws, please contact Robert S. Boulter at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (855) 372-6529 for a free and no obligation consultation.