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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


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


Aug 09, 2015

California Governor Signs Bill Making Request for Reasonable Accommodation Grounds for Retaliation Claim http://t.co/uOKD7gNyp9

Aug 09, 2015

New California Law Expands Retaliation Coverage http://t.co/7scZpnntsE

Jun 14, 2015

California Decision Gives Employees Home Court Advantage http://t.co/IANYR4H9d4

Jun 14, 2015

California's paid sick leave law: what you should know http://t.co/doAw4Jq8Sf

Jun 14, 2015

Court of Appeal Explains Limits on Discovery of Third Party Employees' Information in PAGA Case http://t.co/8KpUDvlXOS

Jun 14, 2015

Joint Employers Can be Held Liable for Employee Misclassification, California Court Rules http://t.co/kcqo3fzws8

Jun 14, 2015

Court of Appeal: Claimed Inability to Work With Particular Supervisor Need Not Be Accommodated http://t.co/PZ9rZgnFos

Jun 14, 2015

Summary judgment denied in misclassification case http://t.co/Nm7275CL9o

Jun 14, 2015

No-Hire Clauses Common to Settlement Agreements Now Void In California http://t.co/JMowO0pzq3

Oct 02, 2014

California New Mandatory Paid Sick Leave Law Effective July 1, 2015 http://t.co/FSjl6GXxHS

Jun 24, 2014

California Supreme Court in Iskanian v. CLS Trans. holds that PAGA waivers in arbitration agreements are contrary to public policy

Mar 19, 2014

SFGate: San Francisco bans employers from asking about criminal history during application process http://t.co/P3EGfb4Cnd

Mar 12, 2014

Obama to push for more overtime pay for salaried workers http://t.co/FMN72jEVe0

Dec 30, 2013

California Court of Appeal holds that class action is preferred method for resolving wage and hour disputes http://t.co/tGi1ZXgC7r

Sep 14, 2013

California legislature approves raising minimum wage to $10 http://t.co/lN8h5fTm9t

Sep 02, 2013

Ninth Circuit Rejects Combining of PAGA Penalties to Establish Minimum Amount in Controversy http://t.co/R3SLFACTlr

Sep 02, 2013

New California law sets higher bar for employers to recover attorneys fees against employees in wage cases http://t.co/qvgxFi6MQG

Sep 02, 2013

New California law clarifies that sex harassment need not involve sexual desire http://t.co/usDbFKac1N

Mar 26, 2013

Employee Win: California Appellate Court rules that piece rate workers are entitled to separate hourly compensation http://t.co/Wgm6PjaGlP

Mar 12, 2013

California Supreme Court allows employer time "rounding" http://t.co/G5G1VFg0qc

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