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Over 140 Years Combined Experience Fighting For Employees In The Workplace

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About the Firm

Sessions and Kimball is the oldest and largest employee rights law firm in Orange County. We have been practicing employee rights since 1985 and have grown significantly along the way.

We exclusively represent employees in challenging 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.

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Over $100 Million Obtained For Our Clients

$3.3 million
Overtime (class action)
$1.5 million
Whistleblower (Govt. claims)
$1.3 million
Discrimination
$865,000
Harassment

Testimonials

“Very satisfied with the results based on the fact I started case the 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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Practice Areas

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment comes in many forms, including unwanted sexual advances, or visual, verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.

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Age Discrimination

If you are a worker aged 40 or over who has been subjected to discrimination or harassment, you may have additional legal rights.

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Wrongful Termination

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.

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Disability Harassment

California and federal law protect victims of disability harassment and discrimination under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act.

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Recent Blog Posts

Can an Independent Contractor Sue for Wrongful Termination?

Increasingly, employers in today’s economy are hiring what they call “independent contractors” rather than “employees” to work on their behalf. This is especially the case with younger workers who may be brought on for a specific project or period of time. In... read more

Harassment of Women: Holding Employers Accountable

Even in the 21st Century, women are still being harassed in the workplace at rates far greater than men. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) reports 6,822 charges of sexual harassment filed in 2015, and only 17.1% were filed by men. Employers have a... read more