Employment Lawyers For California's Working Class

The California Civil Rights Law Group represents employees throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and across California. Headed by renowned trial lawyer Lawrence A. Organ, our world-class legal team specializes in employment and civil rights matters.

In the vast majority of our cases, we defend victims who have experienced:

Personal, Compassionate And Focused On The Best Outcome For Every Client

Our attorneys take a personal interest in their clients' cases. Listening to and truly understanding the unique situation of each client is a top priority, allowing us to provide every client with the strong, fierce representation he or she deserves.

Because of our success, we have earned a strong record of results and a reputation for integrity. Our lawyers take your case beyond a simple negotiated settlement.

In addition to workplace civil rights violations, our firm practices in these areas:

  • Class action employment discrimination and wage and hour litigation
  • Consumer protection cases
  • Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)

We Handle All Cases On A Contingency Fee Basis

After the initial evaluation process, we offer a completely free consultation to potential clients. In an effort to make our top-rate attorneys affordable to any client, our firm takes cases on a contingency basis. We get paid only if you do.

Call one of our offices nearest to your location to schedule a free, no obligation consultation about your employment rights matter. You can also reach us by email.

Our Fees Are Included In The Settlement Or Jury Verdict

Key Verdicts

Over the course of his career, Larry has established a name for himself and his legal team as a dedicated advocate of employee civil rights. The road to achieving such a reputation is lined with a number of key legal victories, including a multimillion-dollar sexual harassment verdict against the largest law firm in the world, one of the largest verdicts for a whistleblower retaliation case, and what was at that time the largest sexual harassment verdict in California history.