About Attorney Bill Marder

Northern California Employment Attorney

With more than 20 years of experience to his name, Bill Marder is a highly skilled employment lawyer who is known for being efficient and thorough. He has recovered millions of dollars, including multi-million dollar settlements on behalf of his clients who were owed unpaid wages or were wrongfully terminated. A graduate of UCLA Law School, he has the skills and well-versed knowledge required to handle all types of employment law-related cases. In fact, he often accepts cases that other law firms turn down!

As his client, you can expect the following:

  • Passionate legal advocacy
  • Contingency fees: Bill advances all legal costs and will only charge you if he wins your case
  • Work directly with Bill from start to finish
  • Open communication and a comprehensive understanding of your rights

He proudly offers free initial consultations. Request yours online or by calling him at (888) 796-4010!

Quick & Efficient Handling of Employment Claims

After interviewing you about your case, Bill Marder will work quickly to get your lawsuit filed within a few days of the first meeting. Other attorneys require multiple meetings before they decide whether or not to take the case. This means a complaint can sit with a law firm for months before any progress is made. He understands that when it comes to employment law cases, there is not a moment to lose.

His countless satisfied clients are a testament to the kind of high-quality services he provides from start to finish.

Call Marder Employment Law for a free consult!

If you are ready to pursue justice as a wrongfully treated employee, Bill can help you build a results-driven case and take care of all the paperwork on your behalf. You don't have to face this distressing situation alone.

Learn more about your rights and options by speaking with Bill at your earliest convenience.
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