Giving Back To The Los Angeles Community
Learn About Pro Bono Work By Our Employment Law Attorney In California
Each Los Angeles employment law attorney of Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C. is committed to donating time, services and financial support to help the local California community. Our Los Angeles employment law firm provides hundreds of hours of free legal advice and services to those who may otherwise be unable to afford proper legal counsel.
It is important to the employment law attorneys of Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C. that anyone who needs an employment lawyer in Los Angeles is able to retain one regardless of their financial circumstance. That is why in 2007 alone, we donated more than $100,000 to pro bono (free) legal service organizations, such as Public Counsel and Bet Tzedek – The House of Justice.
Los Angeles Employment Law Attorney Committed to Community Service
Our employment law firm in Los Angeles demonstrates its commitment to community involvement by donating a percentage of every case to local charities. Past recipients of our donations have included:
- Youth intervention groups
- Organizations fighting disease
- Community improvement organizations
- Literacy for children groups
- Disability rights groups
- Poverty eradication groups
- Organizations fighting hunger
- Youth sports groups
As part of our class action litigation practice, we have convinced defendant employers guilty of violating California labor laws to make significant contributions to charities as part of their settlement agreements.
Each employment law attorney at our Los Angeles law office is personally dedicated to community advocacy work. Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C. partner and employment lawyer Douglas N. Silverstein is a “Founding Friend” of the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities. This organization’s sole purpose is to make a positive difference in the quality of life of those in need throughout Los Angeles.
The employment law firm Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C., our community involvement and charitable contributions define who we are not only as employment lawyers, but also as members of the Los Angeles community.
If you would like to learn more about our pro bono work, have questions regarding our employment law practice areas or if you feel your employee rights have been violated, speak to a Los Angeles employment attorney by calling (310) 997-4431. Our employment attorneys offer initial free consultations to best serve the needs of each individual client.
What Actions by an Employer Can Be Considered Retaliatory?
What Reasons for Termination Are Considered Wrongful Under the Law
Does Paternity Leave Need to be Taken All at Once? Here are the Facts
- Family and Medical Leave Act
Understanding Paternity Leave Laws in California: A Comprehensive Guide
- Family and Medical Leave Act
The Motherhood Penalty: How Gender Discrimination Affects Working Moms
- Gender Discrimination
The Intersection of Racism and Workplace Harassment: Addressing the Unique Challenges Faced by Marginalized Groups
- Racial Discrimination