San Francisco Public Employee Lawyer
Call (415) 275-3051 to Speak with Labor Lawyers in San Francisco
According to the United States Department of Commerce, more than 20 million
Americans work for federal, state, or local governments. Known as the
public sector, this specific part of the economy is consists of dedicated
police officers, fire fighters, public school teachers, public works and
health services employees, city and county financers, and other city employees.
These public employees are protected under a number of federal and state
regulations, including the following:
- The National Labor Relations Act
- Meyers Milias Brown Act
- The Educational Employment Relations Act
- The Higher Education Employment Relations Act
- The Dills Act (also known as the State Employer-Employee Relations Act)
If you feel as though your basic rights as a public employee have been
violated or that you have been discriminated against, you should consult
a skilled San Francisco public employer attorney from Stewart & Musell,
LLP. We have
nearly 30 years of combined legal experience representing public employees in both state and federal courts. We can
use our comprehensive knowledge of the law to defend your rights after unlawful
discrimination. We present your grievances individually or collectively.
We are Dedicated to Protecting Public Workers Throughout California
If your basic rights as a public employee have been violated, our labor
lawyers in San Francisco can represent you to the fullest extent! We can
investigate possible grievances, determine if your employer committed
unfair labor practices, and gather the evidence to prove that your rights
have been violated. In addition, we have experience representing our clients
through meetings, arbitrations, negotiations, and if necessary, litigation.
We take your rights seriously and we can make sure that your employer
plays by the rules so that you aren't
retaliated against for standing up for yourself.
Contact Stewart & Musell, LLP Today at (415) 275-3051
We know how important your job is to you. Your job is your primary source
of income that directly funds food, shelter, and basic needs for you and
your family. Putting your job at potential risk could cause you to hesitate
before taking action against an employer who has violated your rights,
but when you take action, you can help not only yourself but also other
employees subjected to the same unlawful treatment.