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Setareh Law Group

Wrongful Termination

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  • Language: English

310-888-7771

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Shaun Setareh

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Wrongful Termination, Consumer Rights, Sexual Harassment

Meet Shaun Setareh, a skilled and experienced lawyer who specializes in handling wrongful termination cases in California. With years of experience in... (more)

Farrah Grant

Personal Injury, Whistleblower, Wrongful Termination, Class Action

Farrah Grant works to vindicate the rights of employees in the workplace on a classwide and individual basis. Ms. Grant represents employees in federa... (more)

Nolan E. Dilts

Class Action, Whistleblower, Personal Injury, Wrongful Termination

Nolan Dilts is a plaintiff’s attorney through and through. After growing up in small-town Ohio, Nolan set his sights to Los Angeles where he graduat... (more)

Thomas Alistair Segal

Other, Lawsuit & Dispute

Mr. Segal is a seasoned civil litigator and since 2006 has exclusively represented individuals and small businesses in class actions and other complex... (more)

William Matthew Pao

Litigation, Class Action, Employee Rights

William M. Pao represents workers in wage-and-hour and background check class actions, as well as single party wrongful termination claims. When Willi... (more)

Setareh Law Group
9665 Wilshire Blvd #430
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
34.0674751,-118.4041064
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9665 Wilshire Blvd #430
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

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