IRMAS LAW APC

Representing Employees Throughout California

Practice Areas

Wrongful Termination

Under California law, an employer is prohibited from terminating you in violation of your civil rights.

Pregnancy Discrimination

Pregnant employees are protected under the law during their pregnancy and after returning from pregnancy leave.

Disability Discrimination

If you are disabled, an employer has an obligation to seek a reasonable accommodation for you.

Sexual Harassment

Lewd comments. Inappropriate touching. Unwanted sexual advances. The law is strict against sexual harassment in the workplace.

Unsafe Workplace

You could be a whistleblower if you are being targeted for making complaints of safety violations at work.

Unpaid Wages

Overtime. Meal and rest breaks. Penalties. All of these are recoverable if your boss has violated labor laws.

Testimonials

Jared is awesome. I highly recommend him to get the best results. He got the job done within a good period time. He kept in contact with me and updated me 24/7 about my case. He is very educated and is super intelligent. I highly suggest using Jared to fight for you as he did for me. I couldn’t thank him more.

FORMER CLIENT, PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION (OCT. 8, 2021)

My prior attorney put me in a precarious situation. He had a high caseload and lacked the expertise to carry on my case. To my luck, I found Jared. If it weren’t for Jared, I honestly would have lost my case. He is an exceptional attorney; genuine, honest, strategic, and brilliant.

FORMER CLIENT, PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION (JUL. 26, 2021)

Mr. Irmas guided me from beginning until the end. He was available 24/7. He worked tirelessly to make sure that my truth was told, and he presented it perfectly. Without his help, I know that I wouldn’t have the successful outcome that I got. Thankful for his passion, dedication and professionalism.

FORMER CLIENT, PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION (SEPT. 26, 2021)

Blog Posts

Are new mothers protected from discrimination after giving birth?

The protections afforded to a pregnant employee during her pregnancy do not end as soon as she delivers the baby. If this were the case, an employer can “wait until after the employee gives birt…

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