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Employment Law Attorney

“I practice all aspects of employment law and represent employees in matters involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblowing, wrongful discharge, family medical leave, fraud, gender discrimination, and unemployment benefits. I also provide legal advice and counseling on a variety of other employment issues.”

Jeannette A. Vaccaro proudly fights for the rights of employees throughout California. She represents employees in matters involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblowing, wrongful discharge, family medical leave, fraud, gender discrimination, and unemployment benefits. She also provides advice and counseling to employees regarding employment-related contracts (offer packages, severance agreements, invention assignments, etc.), leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, and other ongoing employment issues.

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Jeannette is passionate about employee rights. She fights to shed light on injustices and to help her clients move beyond troubling times. Contact Jeannette today for a free case evaluation.

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Jeannette A. Vaccaro

Jeannette A. Vaccaro is a zealous advocate, representing employees in all facets of employment law.

Jeannette A. Vaccaro proudly represents employees facing discrimination, harassment, retaliation and other issues in the workplace. By combining legal knowledge with empathy, Jeannette works hard to resolve tough situations involving sensitive matters. Jeannette’s achievements have been recognized in various accolades, as she was named one of the Top Women Lawyers in Northern California.

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