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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

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Class Action Notices


Thaoho v. Capitol Casino, Inc. - Sacramento County Superior Court case no. 34-2018-00228073-CU-OE-GDS

Casas v. Mission-Hope, et al. - Alameda County Superior Court case no. RG15797671

Coppernoll v. Hamcor Inc., et al. - Alameda County Superior Court case no. RG16843171

D'Sa et al. v. Amber India Corp et al. - San Francisco County Superior Court case no. CGC-15-544578

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


Twitter Blog


Jul 08, 2019

Charge of Discrimination is Not Jurisdictional: U.S. Supreme Court Makes Dismissal of Discrimination Claims More D… https://t.co/rpZXCLESqZ

Jul 08, 2019

Federal Bill Banning Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Discrimination Passes in the House https://t.co/r8oJeSDBVE

Jul 08, 2019

Employees who take FMLA leave are entitled to reinstatement to the same or virtually identical position and to cert… https://t.co/fDEISKDcYd

Jul 08, 2019

$3.8 Million – The Cost of Failing to Provide a Lactation Room https://t.co/AyAMJCfH9Z

Jul 08, 2019

Seventh Circuit Holds That Obesity Alone Is Not a Protected Disability Under the ADA https://t.co/mPloNO9JA3

Jul 08, 2019

Dynamex standards for the classification of employees versus independent contractors was held to apply retroactively https://t.co/MNgGzqGx8R

Jul 08, 2019

Governor Newsom Signs Law Prohibiting Employment Race Discrimination Based on Hairstyles https://t.co/Xg1RGd1akW

May 13, 2019

Supreme Court will decide whether federal civil rights laws protect sex orientation and gender identity https://t.co/5p4wYn8OPx

May 13, 2019

DOL proposes to raise the minimum annual salary for overtime-exempt employees https://t.co/3PWHLRiHhQ

May 13, 2019

SCOTUS: Ambiguity in Arbitration Agreement Cannot Be Construed as Consent to Class Arbitration https://t.co/IZ6VEPnA5e

May 13, 2019

Under the ADA, a qualified disability must substantially limit a major life activity, not just impair someone from… https://t.co/7DhDxlYqhK

May 13, 2019

Pressing Questions on Reasonable Accommodations under the ADA and FMLA https://t.co/t3z1Iu5dfS

May 13, 2019

Light duty can be a reasonable accommodation for an ADA disability, even if that disability is not an on-the-job in… https://t.co/ROtylswUhI

May 13, 2019

7th Circuit holds that ADEA disparate impact claims can only be brought by current employees, not job applicants https://t.co/gncwQr6Hqj

Aug 10, 2018

Sixth Circuit Rejects Argument that Full-Time Job Requires Full-Time Hours in ADA Failure to Accommodate Case https://t.co/8Kfd3xfSfq

Aug 10, 2018

You Can’t Always Get What You Want: Employers Don’t Have to Provide an Accommodation Requested by an Employee if Th… https://t.co/9nGUdkQa4M

Aug 10, 2018

Employer Found Liable Where Supervisor Mocked Employee’s Stuttering Problem https://t.co/TlNKX1JLM1

Aug 10, 2018

New California Law Protects Victims, Witnesses, and Employers From Defamation Claims by Alleged Sex Harassers https://t.co/Q9vck1kXYJ

Aug 10, 2018

California Supreme Court Rejects the FLSA’s De Minimis Rule https://t.co/4D6V2axGo7

Aug 10, 2018

Every Minute Counts, California Supreme Court Rules in Notable Wage and Hour Case https://t.co/m0h4qdrcho

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