Desai Law Firm, P.C.
Desai Law Firm is dedicated to protecting employee and consumer rights. We have successfully represented individuals in class and group actions, promoting fair compensation and level business practices. Whether it’s a complex personal injury case or a nationwide overtime class action, we have skillfully tested the boundaries of the law. Simple and effective, we strive for clarity and a truly creative approach to litigation where results and imagination matter.
We focus on wage and hour class and collective actions, including claims for:
Meal and Rest Break Violations
Failure to Reimburse Expenses
Tip Pooling Violations
We have filed and coordinated numerous employment cases in state and federal courts throughout the nation. Our focus is on employee rights and we have aggressively litigated cases on behalf of truck drivers, retail managers, loan officers, loan processors, insurance investigators, pharmaceutical sales agents, gardeners, computer programmers, automobile salespersons, and many others.
Personal Injury/Mass Tort
We represent individuals who have been seriously injured. We don’t take many of these cases. However, when we do accept them, we aggressively go after those who are responsible – whether it’s a dangerous drug manufacturer, negligent company, reckless doctor or defective device designer. We also cover all areas of professional malpractice, including medical, nursing home abuse, and legal malpractice. Because we only accept a limited number of these cases, we can devote intense efforts at achieving the best possible results.
We represent individuals who stand up to corporations who commit fraud against state or federal governments and the IRS. The False Claims Act provides both protection and incentives for uncovering fraud. Whistleblowers who help bring such an action are entitled to recover a percentage of the money obtained through a settlement or verdict, and are legally protected from retaliation. Whether it’s a medical provider cheating Medicare, a pharmaceutical company encouraging “off label” drug sales or a corporation violating securities laws, we can help.
Mr. Desai's argument to Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals