Practice Areas

Practice Areas


We represent clients involved in wrongful termination, sexual harassment, and other claims of workplace discrimination. We also assist in recovery of wage and loss claims resulting from failure to comply with California’s strict guidelines in the workplace.

Representation is needed to navigate the extensive legal landscape when it comes to California Employment Law.  California has additional protections beyond Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.  The California Labor Code and the Fair Employment and Housing Act covers protections of employees in all aspects of workplace protection and enforcement.  We assist in all aspect of claims, including but not limited to harassment, discrimination and claims of wrongful termination involving race, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, age, sex, religion, gender, gender identity or gender expression, physical or mental disability, medical conditions, genetic information, marital status and military or veteran status.

The Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) was enacted in 2004 to enforce California’s extensive wage and hour laws.  Most employers are not compliant with payroll documentation, work breaks, and other issues with wage and hour requirements.   Most employers and employees are unaware of the strict requirements under California law. We represent clients in all aspects of these claims.


We will evaluate any claim and provide litigation support and advisory services in cases involving professional negligence. This includes representation in lawsuits from early negotiations up through the time of trial. We also represent clients who need assistance with deposition subpoenas and California Medical Board Claims. With representation of patients, physicians and hospitals throughout Southern California, we are uniquely qualified to provide effective representation in all aspects of cases involving medical malpractice. We also assist in claims involving negligence and abuse with respect to the care of elderly patients in skilled nursing facilities.

Mr. Habeeb has also represented hundreds of healthcare providers (physicians and hospitals) throughout Southern California.  His experience provides his clients an ability to navigate the complex medical issues involved in medical malpractice claims.  He also wrote an appeal that resulted in a published opinion establishing new law with respect to a claim of elder abuse involving an elderly patient.  He is perfectly positioned to provide effective and knowledgable representation in the area of malpractice and elder abuse lawsuits.

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