Class Action Employment Litigation

Defend Your Organization From Unfounded Class Action Charges

Take Decisive Action Early to Protect Your Company

In employment class action litigation, even meritless complaints can be very costly. They add up monetarily because of the way the employment laws are written in California. These cases can also hurt a company’s reputation and ability to do business.

At SKT, we routinely defend our clients against class action claims and Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) claims. We have significant experience with such cases and often come up with creative ways to dispose of a putative class action before it is certified by the court and becomes an actual lawsuit.

SKT has also litigated a wide range of California state law claims, and we work with clients to be compliant with California employment law to avoid violations that result in litigation.

Why Professionals Choose SKT

Unmatched Experience

Litigators with a proven track record in high-stakes cases and highly-regulated industries

Boutique Accessibility

Candid, informed guidance is always available from SKT’s responsive and reliable counsel

Proactive Approach

Diligent and aggressive representation at every stage to secure the best possible outcome

Types of Class Action Employment Law & Litigation

Getting Started with SKT

Schedule a Consultation

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Secure Representation

Choose SKT to craft and present a favorable narrative on your behalf

Implement Strategy

Collaborate with SKT to make informed decisions and secure your future

SKT Case Studies

SKT Case Studies

Elderly Person

A Tale of Two Sentences

Doug* engaged SKT when he and his business partner, Fred*, were arrested for allegedly defrauding elderly of their retirement. The amount of the fraud was

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Frequently Asked Class Action Employment Litigation Questions

The Private Attorneys General Act, passed in 2004, is part of the California Labor Code that authorizes aggrieved employees to file lawsuits and pursue civil penalties on behalf of themselves, other employees, and the State of California for Labor Code violations.

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