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We are an employment law firm that offers comprehensive legal representation across a wide spectrum of employment law and corporate law matters. The Law Offices of Devon K. Roepcke provides strategic, efficient, and cost-effective legal services to resolve employee rights cases, including overtime disputes, wrongful termination, and sexual harassment. We also act as company counsel and provide business litigation to small and medium-sized businesses.

Our Track Record

Our firm has a record of success in helping clients assert their rights in the justice system. We can help you correct pay discrepancies, address sexual harassment in the workplace, or fight back against wrongful termination. The Law Offices of Devon K. Roepcke dedicates its efforts to providing timely and superior client-focused service.

Often, when you seek an attorney, it is because you have a frustrating issue — one that is nerve-racking or tragic. That is precisely why the legal professionals at the Law Offices of Devon K. Roepcke make it a point to treat all clients as people first and clients second. Devon makes it a priority for his clients to understand the process of litigation and feel empowered throughout its course.

Helping You Defend Your Rights as an Employee

The Law Offices of Devon K. Roepcke can help you know and defend your employee rights. If you are not being paid according to the state’s laws or if you think you have been wrongfully terminated, we can help you.

If you have faced overtime, wage, or hour violations, federal and state laws are in place to protect your rights as an employee.

Unfortunately, employers often disregard legal obligations to their employees. These include minimum wages, overtime wages, wage statements, meal periods, rest periods, and timely payment of final wages. If you believe you have been denied your rights by your employer, contact us and we will work to get what you deserve.

Call us today at (619) 492-2444!

Practice Areas

Overtime & Wage Disputes

Overtime and wage disputes are very common within the workplace. California labor law is very clear regarding the breaks and overtime pay entitled to every employee.

Wrongful Termination

Wrongful termination is any employment termination or firing that occurs in violation of public policy. If you believe this has happened to you, give us a call.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment laws in California are based on federal and state laws. They separate sexual harassment claims into two broad categories: Quid pro quo situations and hostile work environments.

Where We Operate

The Law Offices of Devon K. Roepcke is an employment law firm that also practices business law and business litigation. We are a full-service business and employment law firm in Southern California, operating in the San Diego Metro Area, including Chula Vista, Clairemont, Coronado, El Cajon, Imperial Beach, La Jolla, Lemon Grove, Miramar, Mission Beach, Mission Valley, Pacific Beach, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Solana Beach, Spring Valley, and other areas throughout the state. We are also licensed to practice law in Arizona.

If you believe your employer has violated your rights, contact the Law Offices of Devon K. Roepcke for a free consultation.

Commonly Asked Questions

How does California law define wrongful termination?

In California, wrongful termination refers to an employment dismissal that violates public policy. This means an employee cannot be fired for reasons that are discriminatory, retaliatory, or otherwise illegal under state or federal law. If you suspect your termination was unlawful, it's important to consult with a legal professional to explore your options.

What are the California labor laws regarding overtime pay?

California labor laws mandate that employees are entitled to receive overtime pay for hours worked over the standard 40-hour workweek. This includes time-and-a-half for hours worked beyond 8 in a day or 40 in a week, and double time for hours worked beyond 12 in a day. These laws ensure that workers are fairly compensated for the extra time they dedicate to their jobs.

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