San Francisco Employment Lawyers

Free Consultation


The attorneys of Hoyer & Hicks represent clients regarding a variety of labor and employment matters, including wage-and-hour class actions. We have expertise litigating cases in the state and federal courts of the San Francisco bay area and in negotiating pre-litigation resolutions. We are committed to making a difference in the lives of our clients, who are typically individual employees or small businesses.


Reviews

I had an overall excellent experience, and I would recommend this attorney to anyone with similar needs.
- Client
Was very knowledgeable and professional. All of my questions were answered in the initial consultation.
- Client
Class Counsel capably represented the Settlement Class and negotiated a settlement well-received by the Class Members.
- Judge of the Superior Court
I appreciated him taking the time during the initial phone consultation to understand the nature of the grievance (free).
- Client
He is a good listener and was able to assess immediately the strength of the case.
- Client
I've got the advice I needed for free during 30-min appointment. Thank you, Mr. Hoyer.
- Client
Richard not only grasped a quick understanding of my claims, he identified an additional claim and quickly acted.
- Client
Richard listended to my entire situation and knew exactly how to proceed.
- Client
I've spoken with several attorneys before, and Richard, by far, carried the most weight in deciding best actions on how to proceed.
- Client
He gave me advice on the phone before any indication that I would retain him.
- Client

Practice Areas



Free Consultation



Class Action Notices


Thomas et al. v. Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn - Sonoma County Superior Court case no. SCV-257470

Javier et al. v. Eat24 LLC, et al. - San Francisco County Superior Court case no. CGC-15-545485

Jenkins et al. v. Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay - Alameda County Superior Court case no. RG12659632


Twitter Blog


Jul 12, 2017

Federal circuit courts are split on whether sexual orientation is protected by Title VII https://t.co/dCFs9lVeHR

Jul 12, 2017

Groundbreaking Trial Ends with Ruling that Grocery Store Must Make its Website ADA Accessible https://t.co/t9014PFoPk

Jul 12, 2017

July Is the New January: Beware of Employment Regulations About to Take Effect https://t.co/KIhmlEhdQ5

Jul 12, 2017

Minimum wages increase across the state https://t.co/AeY16agiTW

Jul 12, 2017

DOL attempts to broaden the scope of overtime laws, requiring employers to pay managers more in order to be exempt https://t.co/bPdnaCc5RJ

Jul 12, 2017

California’s New Regulations Offer More Protection for Transgender Individuals https://t.co/SvMRyK1cd7

Jul 12, 2017

CA cities mandate employee protections such as PTO, predictive scheduling, and opportunity for convicts https://t.co/1p9KFdt9XC

Jun 19, 2017

Proposed CA law would prohibit employers from allowing federal immigration officials in the office without a warrant https://t.co/IXHNiq8RHJ

Jun 19, 2017

Isolated Racial Slur Triggers Hostile Work Environment Claim https://t.co/Jl6kit5hzd

Jun 19, 2017

Employee Benefits Can Help Promote Mental Health https://t.co/YcqBGKjcmz

Jun 19, 2017

12 Months of Additional ADA Leave Not Reasonable, Court Says https://t.co/KWLsMJAnJm

Jun 19, 2017

Gender dysphoria is a protected disability under the ADA even though simply being transgender is not protected https://t.co/P980oCzB4D

Jun 19, 2017

Employer pays $100,000 for 30 minutes of employment after firing pregnant applicant. https://t.co/snlWhHuvQr

Jun 19, 2017

Drug addiction constitutes a disability under the ADA unless the employee is currently using drugs https://t.co/kvApU9rl8t

Jun 19, 2017

New California regulations aim to prevent race and gender discrimination https://t.co/hHpCdpQ0Y9

Jun 19, 2017

Supreme Court: Plaintiffs May Not Voluntarily Dismiss Case to Appeal Class Certification Decision https://t.co/cQHDmfPVIX

Jun 19, 2017

California bill pending that promotes equal pay for men and women https://t.co/Pqd6t2sk5l

Jun 19, 2017

Trumps DOL policies make it easier for employers to classify workers as independent contractors instead of employees https://t.co/uTbk3lS7Cg

May 18, 2017

California Employees May Work More Than Six Days in a Row, Court Rules https://t.co/bzKD4Y7Lzv

May 18, 2017

Court rules class action waiver in mandatory arbitration agreement is unenforceable https://t.co/KxVA1g0ZwW

Contact Information


Telephone / Fax
tel   (415) 766-3539
fax   (415) 276-1738


Network