California Employment Law Attorney

Northern California Employment Lawyer

Take Advantage of your Employee Rights!

Whether your employer has failed to pay you your rightful wages, has released you unfairly, has discriminated against you, has sexually harassed you, or has retaliated against you – Attorney Marder is here for you when you need him most. If your employer has wronged you, it would be within your best interest to retain representation from Marder Employment Law.

Attorney Bill Marder has a complete understanding of the various federal and state laws that protect you against your employer. When you choose to enlist his supportive assistance, you can be confident that he will provide you with the personalized and effective legal solutions that you need. He will work tirelessly in order to achieve your goals in the timeliest manner possible.

We proudly represent throughout California and have offices in Redding, Sacramento, Santa Rosa, Oakland, San Francisco, the Bay Area, Stockton & Modesto, Pleasanton, Redwood City, San Jose, the Silicon Valley, Hollister, Salinas, Fresno, Bakersfield, Santa Barbara, Oxnard, Santa Clarita, Riverside & San Bernardino, Orange County, and San Diego.

  • Free Case Consultations
  • More Than 25 Years Of Experience
  • Committed To Efficient & Effective Legal Services
  • Payment Is Only Required If A Full Recovery Is Made
  • Lawsuits Are Filed Within A Few Days Of Consultation
  • Willing To Fight For You When Other Lawyers Won’t Take Your Case

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Put Bill Marder's Extensive Experience
To Work For You

For over two decades, Bill Marder has been tirelessly defending the rights of wronged employees throughout the state of California. He has handled a wide variety of unique cases. As such, you can be confident in his ability to successfully resolve your legal matter regardless of the specific circumstances pertaining to your case. After your complimentary consultation, he will file your lawsuit within a matter of days. While other attorneys require numerous meetings, Attorney Marder is committed to providing his valued clients with the efficient and effective legal services that they deserve.
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Bill Marder Has A Track Record of Success

  • $102,000,000.00 Wal-Mart Wage & Hour Case
  • $5,000,000.00 Unpaid Wages
  • $4,950,000 Wrongful Termination & Unpaid Wages
  • $4,750,000.00 Unpaid Wages
  • $1,800,000.00 Wrongful termination & unpaid wages
  • $1,650,000.00 Wrongful termination and unpaid wages
  • $1,500,000.00 Unpaid wages

Has Your Employer Wronged You?

Find Out If You Are Eligible To File A Lawsuit Today!

After being wronged by your employer, Attorney Bill Marder understands the stress, anxiety, and confusion that you are likely experiencing. As such, he will do everything within his power in order to help you obtain the peace of mind that you deserve. Do not navigate through the complexities of the legal system without enlisting his supportive assistance.

We have office locations in Hollister, Redwood City, Pleasanton, Fresno, Silicon Valley, Salinas, Oakland, Sacramento, San Francisco, and more! Reach out to Marder Employment Law by calling (888) 796-4010 to setup a free case review. You will not be charged a penny unless full recovery is made for your case.

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