Law Office Representing California Employees

Our Law Firm Seeks Financial Compensation in the Following Types of Cases

Harassment in the Workplace

State and Federal law prohibit harassment in the workplace on the basis of gender, sex, sexual orientation, religion.  Sexual harassment may occur in the form of a hostile work environment or quid pro quo harassment.  All other forms of harassment are actionable if it creates a hostile work environment

Discrimination in the Workplace

State and Federal Law prohibit workplace discrimination of the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age (at least 40), sexual orientation, or military and veteran status.

Wrongful Termination from Work

Under California law, a wrongful termination or discharge case usually falls under one of the following categories; discrimination cases, retaliation cases, breach of contract cases, public policy cases, and whistleblower cases.

Unpaid Overtime

Work done in excess of 1) 8 hours in a day must be paid at time and a half; 2) 40 hours in a workweek must be paid at time and a half 3) 12 hours in a day must be paid at double time, and 4) the seventh consecutive day in a workweek must be paid at time and a half for the first eight hours; paid at double time for all hours beyond that.

Meal Break and Rest Period Violations

Meal periods of at least 30 minutes must ordinarily be provided as follows:

  • 1 meal break for first 5 hours of work

  • 2 Meal breaks for more than 10 hours

Workers Compensation

Under state law, an employer is obligated to provide medical and financial compensation for injuries arising from an employee’s employment.

We Fight for Workers Rights

Very professional and informative… Nadir kept me updated on my case, he explained every step and I had excellent results.

Laura N

The office of Nadir Ahmed was very thorough especially when the company tried to put us off and not answer our demands. Eventually, we got a settlement and the few moments we spent on working on this case paid off. I believe Nadir worked diligently on my behalf.

Charles J.

NOA LAW went to bat for me worked quickly and kept me in the know of every situation took time to explain any issue and answered any question I had 100% 5 star rating. Well deserved.

Gianna T

He’s very knowledgeable of California state law. He lives for his clients.

Rudy G

Nadir O. Ahmed

Nadir O. Ahmed is a top employment law attorney in San Diego California. He has successfully represented clients in discrimination and wage hour cases.

Nadir O. Ahmed began his legal career as a paralegal in 2009. He eventually went on to work as a law clerk, a judicial extern in Federal Court for the Honorable Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel, and now as an attorney in California. His experience includes civil litigation, workers’ compensation, employment litgation, real estate law, business litigation, criminal and immigration law.

He attended Oberlin College where he received a B.A. while majoring in philosophy and minoring in Politics. He then received a paralegal certificate with honors in business litigation from the University of San Diego. He received his J.D. from California Western School Law, where he graduated Cum Laude.

During law school he received academic achievement awards in civil procedure, Internet and social media law. He was selected to be the associate editor for law review journal and senior editor of the international law journal. He was placed on the Dean’s Honor List four times. He was also selected to be the honors instructor for Torts and Civil Procedure.

Now Mr. Ahmed has a civil practice that has serviced clients in San Diego, Los Angeles and Berkeley.

A San Diego Law Firm Protecting the Rights of Workers.