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You Are Entitled To A Workplace Free Of Harassment

Employment Discrimination

Representing employees treated differently based on race, sex, disability and more

Even At-Will Employees Have Rights Under The Law

Wrongful Termination

Fighting discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and other wrongful discharge

Are You Receiving Your Full Wages Under The Law?

Unpaid Overtime

Fighting misclassifications of exempt employees and other wage & hour violations

You Have Enough On Your Plate Without The Added Stress Of Legal Worries

Business and Civil Litigation

Advice and representation for small business owners

Defamation, Libel and Slander

Representing plaintiffs and defendants in defamation cases in various contexts

A solution-oriented approach to the often contentious field of employment law

San Francisco Bay Area Labor and Employment, Business Litigation & Defamation Attorney

Employees in an employment dispute often feel like they have little chance of succeeding against a large employer with more resources and legal experience. But you don’t need a team of lawyers and a million dollars to vindicate your rights, and you needn’t be afraid to go up against a wealthier or more powerful party. Employment lawyer Anthony Sperber has successfully litigated against large corporations, banks, oil companies and their teams of lawyers. With experience representing employers and employees, plaintiffs and defendants, and as a mediator, we offer practical solutions to resolve your dispute effectively. Whether your case requires collaborative, creative problem-solving or aggressive representation in court, the Law Office of Anthony J. Sperber can help.

Our practice includes the representation of employees in all manner of employment-related disputes, yet we also provide practical advice and assistance to small business owners in contract matters and other civil litigation. We offer a variety of billing options to best meet the needs of our clients, including hourly fees and flat rate structures and contingency fees. We also offer a free initial consultation, during which we will evaluate your situation and let you know how we may be able to help you. If we cannot help you, we will be happy to refer you to another appropriate resource, be it a government agency, referral service or other attorney. The first step is to contact our office to discuss your case. Call us at (510) 845-8844 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation.

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Anthony J. Sperber

I represent regular people who are usually up against a big company. Many mistakenly think they cannot ‘take on’ a much more powerful and wealthier party, but I have done it successfully throughout the length of my practice.

— Anthony J. Sperber, Attorney at Law

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does an at-will employee have any rights? Definitely. While an at-will employee may be fired at any time for “a good reason, a bad reason, or no reason,” an at-will employee ... Read More

  • What is a Right to Sue letter, and what does it mean? When you file a complaint with the EEOC, they have a period of time to investigate the complaint. When that time expires ... Read More

  • Should I file my discrimination complaint with EEOC or DFEH? When both state and federal laws cover the same type of discrimination, you can file your charge with either agency ... Read More

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