Passion. Transparency. Results.
Helen Kim is a trial lawyer who is passionate about protecting employees' legal rights in the workplace throughout California. Her practice focuses on representing employees (as well as individuals in the housing context) who are subjected to wage & hour violations or unlawful discrimination and harassment due to their race, gender, disability or other protected category; wrongful termination; retaliation; and leave law issues. Ms. Kim's practice also includes representation of individuals seeking housing who are subjected to unlawful discrimination by landlords and other housing providers.
Whether you need an attorney to settle your case without ever filing a lawsuit or you need an aggressive attorney to bring your case to trial in front of a jury, Ms. Kim has the successful experience and know-how to get the results you deserve. Ms. Kim tailors each and every case to her client's specific needs, balanced with the strengths and progress of each case.
When you contact the Law Office of Helen Kim with your potential case, you will speak to Ms. Kim directly. Initial consultations are always free.
Ms. Kim welcomes referrals and co-counseling requests from other attorneys. Ms. Kim has paid thousands of dollars to other attorneys in referral fees.
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- Wage & Hour violations (meal & rest breaks, overtime, minimum wage violations, etc.)
- Wrongful termination
- Discrimination, harassment or retaliation based on:
- Disability/Medical condition, Pregnancy/Childbirth, Breastfeeding, Sexual Orientation, Age (40 and over), Ancestry/Color/Race/National Origin/Ethnicity, Genetic Information, Religion, Gender/Gender identity or expression
- Leave Law Issues
Under the Fair Employment & Housing Act, California law prohibits landlords, real estate agents, home sellers, builders, mortgage lenders and others from engaging in discrimination against individuals in all aspects of the housing business based on:
- Race, Ethnicity, National Origin, Ancestry
- Sexual Orientation, Sex, Gender
- Gender identity, gender expression
- Genetic information
- Marital status
- Familial status
- Source of income
- Breach of contract
- Business disputes