About Us Valdez Law Group is a Bay Area boutique law firm offering exceptional employment litigation and counseling services. Founded by three former big firm attorneys, Valdez Law Group provides sophisticated counsel from experienced attorneys committed to delivering prompt personal service at competitive rates.

Our attorneys have varied and substantial experience litigating a broad array of employment cases, including claims for job discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, disability accommodation, wage and hour, family and medical leave, trade secrets, and breach of employment contracts.

The firm has successfully defended both public and private companies and obtained favorable results for clients in various forums, including civil litigation, arbitration, and before administrative agencies.


We also help companies minimize the risk of costly litigation by providing practical advice on the implementation and enforcement of personnel policies and procedures. The attorneys at Valdez Law Group regularly counsel clients on a wide range of employment law matters, including employee handbooks and policies, employment contracts, protection of trade secrets, wage and hour compliance, leaves of absence, performance management, alleged discrimination and harassment, workplace investigations, privacy rights, background checks, layoffs, and terminations. In addition, we design and conduct trainings for managers, supervisors, and other personnel on workplace policies and practices, including anti-discrimination and anti-harassment trainings.


Our goal is to provide our clients with excellent, cost-effective legal service through zealous and results-oriented representation,
personal attention, and professional diligence. We work closely with clients to understand their business goals and develop the most appropriate and effective solutions to employment issues of all kinds. With such expertise and personal service available at cost-effective rates, Valdez Law Group is the ideal choice for meeting any company’s or individual’s employment law needs.