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Habib Hasbini

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San Diego Labor and Employment Law Attorney Prompt and responsive when communicating with clients Excellent Representation for both Employees and Employers EMPLOYEES: As an employment law attorney, My firm fights to secure just compensation for employment law clients who have been victims of sexual and racial harassment, discrimination on basis of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, and national origin, wrongful termination, retaliation, or victimized by unlawful employment practices including unpaid wages, overtime pay, and meal and rest periods, and unpaid reimbursements. My firm tenaciously and firmly stands behind the rights of employees who have been wronged. EMPLOYERS: My firm counsels employers on preventing litigation, developing effective personnel policies and other employment agreements. My firm counsels Employers before terminating or disciplining an employee to minimize the risk of litigation. Early intervention, investigation and documentation often times resolves employment disputes in a cost effective manner for employers and business owners. My firm is devoted to providing ethical representation and personal attention in a cost-conscious and timely manner. Employment Law Attorneys, Lawyers, unpaid wages, Wrongful termination San Diego, Attorney San Diego CA, San Diego Lawyer, labor law, unpaid wages, Wrongful termination, Wage, Hour, Sexual Harassment, Employers, Labor, Pregnancy Discrimination, Wrongful Termination, Harassment, Employment law lawyer, work law, employment law, employment lawyer, labor attorney, labor regulation, workplace law, work lawyer

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