Baltodano & Baltodano LLP Recovers Over $12 million for Our Clients Since Opening Doors of San Luis Obispo Office in February 2011

In February 2011, founding partners Erica Flores Baltodano and Hernaldo J. Baltodano set out to achieve a simple mission when we opened the doors to Baltodano & Baltodano LLP:

To honor the noble calling of our profession as employment lawyers and counselors, to ensure that everything we do for our clients furthers their interests and exceeds their expectations, and to enrich the communities in which we practice law through education and civic service.

Less than four years later, we are proud to be considered one of the preeminent employment law firms on California’s Central Coast. Since 2011, we have recovered more than $12 million on behalf of our clients. Here is a summary of selected recent results:

• Wage and hour class action settlement against national employer for $4.75 million. Final approval granted
• Wage and hour class action settlement against national employer for $2.2 million. Final approval granted.
• Wage and hour class action settlement against regional employer for $1.1 million. Final approval granted.
• Wage and hour class action settlement against national employer for $1 million. Final approval granted.
• Wage and hour class action settlement against national employer for $900,000. Final approval granted.
• Wage and hour class action settlement against national restaurant chain for $700,000. Final approval granted.
• Wage and hour class action settlement against national employer for $540,000. Final approval expected in 2015.
• Represented female insurance broker in sexual harassment and retaliation case under FEHA. Case settled for $325,000.
• Represented low-wage worker asserting Labor Code violations. Case settled for $150,000.
• Represented female employee claiming retaliation under FEHA. Case settled for $185,000.
• Represented several farmworkers in lawsuit alleging various violations of the California Labor Code. Case settled for $150,000.
• Represented male employee alleging hostile work environment harassment and retaliation. Case settled favorably pre-litigation.
• Represented male employee against national employer alleging retaliation and wrongful termination. Case settled for $100,000.
• Represented two female low-wage workers alleging various Labor Code violations and violations under FEHA. Case settled close to $100,000.

 

 

Published by: admin on July 18th, 2014 | Filed under Uncategorized



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