DISCRIMINATION/
HARASSMENT
WRONGFUL TERMINATION WAGES LEAVES/OTHER
Sexual Harassment
Age
Race
Disability
Pregnancy
Sexual Orientation
Hostile Workplace
   
Whistleblower
Broken Promises
Layoffs
Wrongful Demotion
Forced Resignation
Retaliation
Discrimination
   
Overtime
Commission
Bonus
Severance
Expenses
Vacation
Breaks
   
Medical
Pregnancy
Family Leave
Violence
Privacy
Slander
Safety
   

Orange County Lawyers

     
$3.3 million – Overtime (class action)
$1.5 million – Whistleblower (Govt. claims)
$1.3 million – Discrimination
$865,000 – Harassment
   
$750,000 – Wrongful Termination
$600,000 – Sexual Harassment
$530,000 – Wage, commission
$500,000 – Broken promises
   
$450,000 – Overtime
$419,000 – Wages
$360,000 – Age Discrimination
$350,000 – Severance.
  (not a guarantee of recovery) 
   

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