San Francisco, California 94111
Outten & Golden LLP Overview
Outten & Golden LLP is an employment advocacy law firm based in Manhattan, New York with additional locations in San Francisco, California and Washington, DC. The firm represents employees, partners, executives, professionals, and other individuals at all employment levels and across all industries. Practice areas include discrimination and harassment, employment contracts, partnerships, non-compete agreements, executive compensation, layoffs and closings, leaves of absence, privacy and technology, terminations, separation agreements and u-5s, wage and overtime claims, whistleblowing and retaliation, and international employment law matters.
With vast experience and extensive knowledge, the firm’s team of many lawyers helps clients understand their rights, empower them to protect their interests, and advocate on their behalf. They represent clients in matters involving former employers, current employers, and potential future employers and partnerships, as well as groups of employees collectively, and executive teams in transition.
Outten & Golden is committed to assertively pursuing clients’ goals through negotiation, arbitration or litigation. The legal team professionally and zealously advocates for workplace fairness and works to find the best solutions for clients in every employment situation.
Year this Office was Established: 2013
Outten & Golden LLP Areas of Law
- Sexual Harassment
- Wrongful Termination
Additional Areas of Law: Employee Rights; Appellate; Executive Compensation, Benefits & Bonuses; Class Actions; Wage & Overtime; Harassment; eDiscovery; Employment Contracts, Partnerships & Non-Compete Agreements; International Employment Law; Layoffs & Closings; Leaves of Absence; Dispute Resolution; Privacy & Technology; Terminations, Separation Agreements & U-5s; Whistleblowing & Retaliation; Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Workplace.
|Ms. Menaka N Fernando
|Mr. Jahan C. Sagafi
Discrimination, Employment, Litigation, Whistleblower
|Ms. Jennifer Schwartz
Discrimination, Employment, Litigation, Sexual Harassment, Wrongful Termination