ABOUT THIS FIRM
Kroop Labor Law's employment law practice is based upon the premise that achieving early resolutions in employment cases provides maximum value for our firm's clients. Kroop Labor Law represents its clients in all types of employment cases, including, wrongful termination, discrimination in the workplace, sexual harassment, retaliation, unpaid wages/overtime, meal and rest period violations or other violations of the California Labor Code. In his legal career, the firm's founder and managing attorney, Marc G. Kroop, has successfully advocated for change in California meal and rest period law and obtained numerous multi-million dollar results on behalf of his clients for unpaid overtime, misclassification of supervisory personnel and independent contractors, failure to provide meal and rest periods as well as other violations of the California Labor Code. Kroop Labor Law ensures that employee rights are respected and approaches each case with tenacity and laser focus to ensure optimal value for its clients.
In addition to the firm's employment litigation practice, Kroop Labor Law also assists small and mid-size companies as an off-site Human Resources Consultant. Kroop Labor Law provides its small and mid-size employer clients with a full menu of employment services. Those services include drafting employment contracts, drafting and implementing anti-harassment and anti-discrimination policies that comply with California and Federal law, investigations of employee grievances, severance negotiations and litigation of employment disputes. Kroop Labor Law further provides its small and mid-size business clients with mandatory anti-harassment and anti-discrimination manager training required by California law. Kroop Labor Law will train your company's managers to properly identify and classify employee claims of harassment and discrimination and prevent discrimination in the workplace. Kroop Labor Law instructs your managers on proper investigation techniques when confronted with employee harassment claims. The training provided by Kroop Labor Law empowers managers to determine appropriate actions to ensure that employee rights are respected and harassment and discrimination in the workplace is eliminated.
Kroop Labor Law's managing attorney, Marc G. Kroop has achieved outstanding results for his labor and employment clients in California since 1993. Mr. Kroop resides in the East Bay in Danville, California and maintains his employment law practice in the Bay Area in two separate office locations. The firm's main office is located in the East Bay in Walnut Creek, California. Kroop Labor Law also maintains a San Francisco office for the convenience of our clients that live or work in or near the City of San Francisco.
From review of your company's policies and procedures to training on eliminating harassment and discrimination in the workplace or litigation of your employment dispute, Kroop Labor Law provides a full array of employment services designed to meet your needs.
To schedule your free initial case evaluation, contact Mr. Kroop directly at (925) 989-8264 There is no charge or pre-set time limit for the initial consultation. Alternatively, you may submit your contact information to Kroop Labor Law and receive an immediate follow up call from Mr. Kroop to discuss your employment concerns. Our East Bay office is conveniently located at 2950 Buskirk Avenue, Suite 300, Walnut Creek, CA 94597. Kroop Labor Law's San Francisco office is located at 100 Pine Street, Suite 1250, San Francisco, CA 94111. For a free initial case evaluation, call or email us in advance. Our office hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. We also provide weekend appointments on Saturday between 10:00 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Kroop Labor Law is a highly experienced Bay Area employment law firm. This firm is dedicated to the representation of clients in need of assistance with employment related issues and concerns. Our firm provides you with a direct line to counsel to discuss your concerns with experienced employment counsel. We will provide you with the necessary information you require so that you are empowered to make informed decisions about your employment case.