Employment & Business Law


Employment & Business Law


Employment & Business Law


Representing employees and employers since 1997.


Educates attorneys and HR Professionals regarding California employment laws.


Helps you understand how the law affects your rights and responsibilities. 

– Wrongful Termination

– Workplace Harassment

– Disability Accommodations

– Caregivers and other Household Workers

– Wage and Hour

– Employment Policies

– Negotiations and ADR

Employment Law

Dedicated to protecting the workplace. The Nuddleman Law Firm represents employers and employees, giving us an advantage over firms that only focus on one side or the other. An experienced Bay Area employment law firm handling workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, unpaid wages, disability discrimination, retaliation and other employment disputes.
Business Law

Business Law

Advising and representing companies in business matters to reduce potential exposure to claims of all kinds in light of developing law. We draft and negotiate contracts, severance agreements, business-to-business agreements, confidentiality agreements, and advise individuals and companies regarding business disputes. We also litigate cases involving trade secrets, breach of contract, and collection issues.

Wage & hour

Advising workers and companies regarding unpaid minimum wages, overtime, prevailing wages, bonuses and commissions. Whether representing the employee to recover unpaid wages, advising the employer regarding exemptions and overtime requirements, or defending an unpaid wage claim in court or in a Labor Commissioner audit, the Nuddleman Law Firm brings its expertise, knowledge and experience to give our clients the best opportunity to succeed.
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Discrimination & Harassment

Helping employees and employers maintain a workplace free of unlawful discrimination and harassment. The Nuddleman Law Firm helps victims of unlawful discrimination and harassment. We also develop policies and procedures for companies to prevent unlawful discrimination and harassment, and defend employers wrongfully accused of violating the law.

Caregivers, Companions
and other Household Workers

Special employment laws apply to caregivers and other employees working in or about the home. The normal overtime exemptions and rules different depending on the type of work performed and where the work is performed. Failure to pay caregivers, companions and other household workers correctly can result in significant liability.

Caregivers and other Household


California employers must train employees regarding how to recognize and prevent sexual harassment. New employees must receive the training within 6 months of hire, and all employees must receive the training at least every two years. Robert Nuddleman is qualified to conduct the AB1825, SB1343 and SB778 training. The Nuddleman Law Firm tailors sexual harassment training based on the company’s needs. If you have a workplace harassment issue, contact the Nuddleman Law Firm for a reduced rate consultation. We will listen to your story, analyze the issues and devise a plan to help you.

Latest News

New Employment Laws for 2023 Part 2 of 2

New Employment Laws for 2023 Part 2 of 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our October review of the end-of-year employment measures signed by the Governor. In the prior article we discussed new leave requirements and health and safety rules that will likely require updates to company handbooks. This installment covers...

New Employment Laws for 2023 Part 2 of 2

New Employment Laws for 2023 Part 1 of 2

It’s that time of year again! With October comes the annual slew of bills passed by the Governor. This year, Governor Newsom signed into law a host of new and revised labor and employment laws. There’s so much packed into the new bills that this will be a two-part...

New Cal-OSHA Isolation and Quarantine Mandates

New Cal-OSHA Isolation and Quarantine Mandates

I've been fielding a lot of calls from employers and employees with questions about how to handle workplace exposures and workers who are out sick, possibly due to COVID-19. The rise in COVID-19 cases is resulting in a lot of absences from work. Cal-OSHA's COVID-19...