San Francisco Bay Area Employment Attorneys


Horowitz & Rubinoff is a San Francisco Bay Area employment law firm that exclusively represents private and public employees. Both of the firm’s partners, Martin Horowitz and Stephanie Rubinoff, have an AV Preeminent peer review rating and are dedicated to creatively and aggressively resolving their clients’ employment problems.

The firm’s services include representation both before and during litigation, ranging from advice and settlement negotiations prior to the initiation of a lawsuit through trial and appeal. We represent employees in all types of employment-related claims including employment discrimination (discrimination based on age, sex, race, national origin, disability, marital status or sexual orientation), sexual harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation for whistleblowing, breach of contract, fraud/misrepresentation, nonpayment of wages, and denial of family leave.

Located in Oakland, California since 1984, our firm represents clients in state and federal court and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, Marin, Santa Clara and San Mateo.

Please contact our firm with questions about your legal issue. Please provide as much information as possible about your employment situation. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it will allow us to begin an assessment of your case.

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