Business Litigation and Employment Law Firm

Kelley•Semmel, LLP is a law firm focused on selected law practices, most notably Business Litigation and Employment Law. We represent a diversity of clients in business disputes, real estate disputes and employment matters. No matter the interest in dispute, our attorneys offer deep substantive knowledge of the law, attention to detail, personal attention and ethical advocacy. We investigate each matter thoroughly, consider the client's goals, and develop a legal strategy early in each case. We pride ourselves on achieving superior results in a cost effective manner.

Although our practice is based in Los Angeles, our employment and business litigation attorneys handle matters throughout California, in state and federal court, mediations and arbitrations.

Real Estate and Business Litigation

Our real estate practice encompasses all aspects of real estate disputes, including those arising from land sale and lease transactions, commission claims; commercial and industrial leases, joint ventures and partnerships, neighboring landowner issues and easements. Our business litigation attorneys are qualified to handle all manner of disputes involving breach of contract; fraud and negligent misrepresentation; the operation, formation and sale of business entities (particularly law partnerships); trade secrets, unfair and anti-competitive business practices.

Employment Law

Our employment attorneys are experts in a wide range of employment areas including: wrongful termination, age discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, sex or gender discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, disability discrimination, race discrimination, national origin discrimination, cancer and HIV/AIDS discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination, religious discrimination, False Claims Act, Violations of Equal Claims Act, overtime and other wage and hour matters arising from the California Labor Code and Fair Labor Standards Enforcement Act, family and medical leave violations, and whistleblower claims.