Located in downtown Los Angeles, the Law Offices of Kyle Todd (LOKT) is a social justice law firm that fights for the rights of employees, whistleblowers, victims of police misconduct, and others.
Since our inception, we have represented individuals and groups facing harassment and abuse who needed someone to fight for them. Our advocacy has been a force for change, showing defendants that there is a high cost to violating others’ civil and employment rights in California.
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$350,000 class action settlement for victims of unpaid wages, missed breaks, and other violations in the hotel industry
$500,000 class action settlement for victims of unpaid wages, missed breaks, and other violations in the hotel industry
$1,000,000 class action settlement for sales associates, misclassified as exempt and victims of unpaid wages, missed breaks, and other violations
$1,600,000 jury judgement for a victim of workplace racial harassment at California, Department of Transportation
$440,000 settlement for truck driver, victim of workplace of sexual and racial harassment
$350,000 settlement for victim of sexual harassment and retaliation working for prominent non-profit
$1,350,000 class action settlement for victims of unpaid wages, missed breaks, and other violations working for wedding store chain
$1,025,00 class action settlement for victims of unpaid wages, missed breaks, and other violations in the food service industry
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WORKPLACE CIVIL RIGHTS
In California, civil rights in the workplace are codified on the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), which prohibits employers of five or more employees to discriminate against job applicants and employees based on their race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, creed, age…
SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING
California law protects whistleblowers who speak out against illegal activities on the job. For example, California Labor Code section 1102.5 makes it unlawful to retaliate against an employee who either refuses to do…
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
In general, employment in California is “at-will” – meaning that, your employer can terminate you without a reason, and even for many unfair reasons. There are, however, exceptions to this, including unlawful discriminatory termination, unlawful retaliation, and what is called ‘wrongful termination in violation of public policy’ (“wrongful termination”).
DON'T BE AFRAID, WE WILL HELP YOU!
The U.S. Constitution and California laws make it unlawful for law enforcement officers to abuse their power by engaging in excessive force when executing warrants, arrests, and other police functions.
WERE YOU WRONGED? KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
CONSUMER CIVIL RIGHTS
At least since Homer Plessy fought Southern train car segregation by taking a seat on a “whites only” train, there has been an ongoing for consumer civil rights in America. Since Mr. Plessy unsuccessfully challenged racial segregation near the turn of the century, both federal and state laws have…
TAKING A BREAK IS THE LAW
WAGES AND BREAKS
California law contains dozens of protections for workers in the way they are paid and the breaks they are given at work. For example, while federal law provides for overtime for all hours over 40 per week, California adds an 8-hour daily rule…