“Your lawyering has just been excellent…I think the results were exceptional; and by that, I mean, there were tremendous risks for the plaintiff…So you have nothing but the Court's praise and compliment. I think you're excellent counsel. You worked very hard. Your briefing was just extraordinary.”
- Hon. David O. Carter, United States District Court, Central District of California
(addressing Bryan Schwartz and other counsel, approving their $36 million settlement of wage claims, Jan. 19, 2016)
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Bryan Schwartz Law is an Oakland, California-based law firm dedicated to helping employees protect their rights in the workplace. Mr. Schwartz and his firm have fought to prohibit discrimination, retaliation, and harassment, obtained reasonable accommodations for disabled employees, vindicated whistleblowers' rights, and ensured that corporations pay workers all wages they are owed. Bryan Schwartz Law has successfully litigated individual and class action complaints nationwide, helping to recover tens of millions of dollars for thousands of employees, forcing corporations and Government agencies to change their practices and punish wrongdoers.
Bryan Schwartz Law is also one of the few Bay Area-based law firms with extensive experience representing Federal employees in their unique Merit Systems Protection Board and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaints.
Bryan Schwartz Law's principal is the past Chair of the 7500+-member California Lawyers Association (formerly State Bar of California) Labor and Employment Law Section, and a Board member or former Board member of Legal Aid at Work, the California Employment Lawyers Association, and FAIR, an organization dedicated to increasing diversity in the Bar. Mr. Schwartz is a frequent speaker and author on a wide range of employment law topics.
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