San Francisco Employment Discrimination Lawyer

Attorney Daniel Feder is the founder and principal attorney in our law firm. He has been practicing law since 1987, including employment law in the San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose, California, communities. He has a wealth of litigation experience in employment law and a range of additional practice areas.

Mr. Feder is widely respected among the local and legal communities in San Francisco and throughout Northern California. He is deeply committed to each client and has a reputation for finding solutions where others may only see roadblocks.

He is actively involved in a range of legal organizations, including:

  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • Consumer Attorneys of California
  • California Employment Lawyers Association
  • National Employment Lawyers Association
  • Trial Lawyers for Public Justice

We invite you to learn more about Mr. Feder‘s qualifications and credentials by following the link below.

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San Francisco's Gap Inc. will give thousands of California store workers nearly $1.8 million worth of clothing vouchers as compensation.

Law360, New York (August 29, 2012, 2:46 PM ET) -- A California federal judge on Tuesday signed off on a $4 million settlement

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Whistleblowers may be entitled to large monetary awards

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Does your employer’s dress code policy discriminate against you?

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New rule may actually support pregnancy discrimination

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Restaurant owner commits wage and hour violations

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Actress comes forward as victim of sexual harassment

Bay Area workers expect to be treated with respect and fairness on the job. Employers are responsible for making sure that the workplace is a safe environment for all employees. If an employee complains sexual harassment, the employer or a person in charge, such...

CELA - California Employment Lawyers Association
The Bar Association of San Francisco - BASF Member 2013
American Association for Justice
NELA National Employment Lawyers Association
TLPJ Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
The American Trial Lawyers Association