Business Law

San Diego Business Lawyers

Aspects of Business Law are made up of Labor and Employment concepts and Contractual Disputes.

Labor and Employment law includes areas such as wage and hour claims, safety and health standards, whistleblower protections, and wrongful termination. California has many laws in place to protect its employees, including the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

The California Fair Labor Standards Act establishes standards for minimum wages, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and child labor. These standards affect workers who are both full‑time and part‑time and in both the private and public sectors.

The California Occupational Safety and Health Act has two regulatory functions: setting standards and conducting inspections to ensure that employers are providing safe and healthful workplaces. Compliance with standards may include implementing engineering controls to limit exposures to physical hazards and toxic substances, implementing administrative controls, as well as ensuring that employees have been provided with, have been effectively trained on, and use personal protective equipment when required for safety and health, where the former controls cannot be feasibly implemented.

The most common contract dispute arises when there has been a breach of contract by one of the parties to the contract. A breach of contract can arise when one or more of the parties to the contract does not fulfill
or acts in contradiction of the terms of the contract.

The lawyers at Simpson Law Group, provide experienced representation for parties who have been harmed by a breach of contract. When a breach of contract occurs the nonperforming or improperly performing party may be liable for damages to the other party.

If you feel rights as an employee have been violated or that you’ve been the victim of breach of contract or nonperformance contact Simpson Law Group for a free case evaluation.

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