Labor & Employment

Diepenbrock Law Office, P.A., through attorney J. Thomas Diepenbrock, is available for counsel, advice and representation in a variety of employment matters.

Tom’s employment law practice includes:

  • Wrongful termination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Wage and hour matters
  • Trade secret litigation
  • Commissions cases
  • Discrimination
  • Title VII
  • United States District Court
  • Superior Court of California
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • California Fair Employment and Housing Act
  • Department of Fair Employment and Housing
  • California Labor Commission
  • Equal Employment Opportunities Commission
  • Unemployment Compensation Appeals Board

Tom’s employment law cases included:

  • Unemployment compensation appeals, NC Employment Security Commission.
  • Successful resolution of Pregnancy Discrimination and Family Medical Leave Act case, United States District Court, Western District of North Carolina.
  • Sexual harassment litigation involving the defense of three lawsuits brought against the clients and a county hospital, which were satisfactorily resolved after extensive discovery, motion practice and mediation.
  • Lawsuit for lost commissions on behalf of a commissioned sales representative successfully tried to judgment in federal court.
  • Early resolution of a lawsuit against approximately 12 individuals accused of wrongfully competing against their employer.
  • Sexual harassment litigation involving the defense of three lawsuits satisfactorily resolved after extensive discovery, motion practice and mediation.”
  • Early resolution of lawsuit against two individuals accused by their former employer of misappropriating confidential trade secret customer information.
  • Numerous cases before the California Labor Commission.
  • Numerous cases before the California Unemployment Compensation Appeals Board.
  • Americans with Disabilities Act case before California Department of Fair Housing and Employment, and the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission, resolved before commencement of civil lawsuit.