About the Firm
Sessions and Kimball is Orange County’s oldest and largest employee rights law firm. We have been practicing employee rights since 1985 and have grown significantly along the way.
We exclusively represent employees in wrongful employment practices. Whether your dispute involves discrimination, harassment, retaliation, unpaid wages, wrongful termination, or any other workplace illegality, we have the experience and resources to provide effective and aggressive representation. We are Southern California’s premier law firm exclusively devoted to employee rights. Speak with one of our attorneys today to see what we can do for you.
Over $100 Million Obtained For Our Clients
$3.3 millionOvertime (class action)
$1.5 millionWhistleblower (Govt. claims)
These results were dependent on the facts of the case, and results will differ
“Very satisfied with the results based on the fact I started the case so late. Satisfied with Don because he took my case when no one else did. Appreciated the courtesy of accepting my case and taking time for my calls with questions. Thank you for believing in my case and taking my case when I felt I had no hope in pursuing my case. I will always be grateful to you.”
– E. C.
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Sexual harassment comes in many forms, including unwanted sexual advances, or visual, verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
If you are a worker aged 40 or over who has been subjected to discrimination or harassment, you may have additional legal rights.
Certain characteristics (such as race, sex, age, pregnancy, etc.) are protected under state and federal law, and cannot be used as a basis for termination.
Our Latest Blog Post
California has long been known as a state that offers employees some of the greatest workplace protections in the country. This results from laws allowing employees to bring claims against their employers based on issues such as discrimination, harassment, unpaid...read more
Recent Blog Posts
Understanding Sexual Harassment and How to Stop It May Be Easier Now Because of What Has Happened in 2016
Sexual harassment has been a significant issue in 2016, touching areas from the presidential campaign to high-profile lawsuits against media moguls. And while the events of this past year are no doubt part of a trend that has gone on for decades, despite vigorous...read more
Survey Finds 40% of Female Fast-Food Workers Face Sexual Harassment, Including Hostile Work Environments
In the same week that a union filed sexual harassment complaints against McDonald’s on behalf of 15 workers, a Washington, D.C.-based research firm released the results from a survey regarding fast-food workers. The survey indicated that 40% of female fast-food...read more
I Am Being Paid Less Than My Male Co-Worker. How Much is the Wage Gap Going to Cost Me in My Career?
The wage gap - the average difference between what men and women are paid for doing the same job - has been a topic of widespread discussion since at least the 1970’s. Yet, four decades later, women are still experiencing lower pay than men for the same work....read more