Cohelan Khoury & Singer, A California Class Action Law Firm: 888-808-8358

For over 30 years, Cohelan Khoury & Singer has represented nationwide and California plaintiffs in complex and class action litigation in San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Francisco, Alameda, and Sacramento counties. Our practice emphasizes labor and employment, consumer protection, unlawful faxing and telephone recording, data breach, antitrust, insurance, whistleblower, public interest cases, and violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and Fair Credit Reporting Act.



Cohelan on California Class Actions
Reference book by
Timothy D. Cohelan

California Wage and Hour Law and Litigation
Overview by
Michael D. Singer





How Can We Help You?

We seek to recover wages for employees throughout California for claims under labor law guidelines, including:



If your employer has reclassified you from salaried to hourly, according to overtime labor laws you may be entitled to overtime going back four years.



If you feel your employer has treated you and your co-workers unfairly, get in touch with us now.

Why Cohelan Khoury & Singer?

Experience: Our lawyers have over 100 years of combined civil litigation experience, including certified class actions in state and federal courts, class action trials, and settlements.

Leaders in our Field: We literally “wrote the book,” Cohelan on California Class Actions (link to buy the book) (Thompson West 1999-2013).

Employment Expertise: Our lawyers lecture for continuing education courses and publish articles on labor law subjects. Michael D. Singer was named to the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal 2012 list of the Top 75 Labor and Employment Attorneys.

Relationships: Cohelan Khoury & Singer maintains cooperative relationships sharing information and co-counseling cases with plaintiff’s counsel throughout the country and encourages professional relationships with defense firms of all sizes.

Judicial Respect: “In the highest tradition of pro bono service to the community, they [plaintiffs' counsel] have waived that right [to attorney's fees]. It is so commendable that their interests in the community so override their personal financial interest that they would voluntarily, not under compulsion, and not under the court's suggestion, that they would voluntarily say ‘we waive our right to attorney's fees’. How marvelous that you would do so.” — Hon. William McCurine, Jr., United States Magistrate Judge Spencer v. City of San Diego, No. 04CV-2314-BEN(WMC), February 21, 2007.

“I have seen no similar indication of a public service rendered by any group of lawyers in all the years that I have practiced law myself which is for 38 or the 27 years that I have been on the bench.” — Hon. Milton Pollack, Senior United States District Court Judge, Bailey v. Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield, et al. MDL Docket No. 902 (S.D.N.Y.) 

Recognition: AV Rated by Martindale Hubbell.