our firm

The Law Offices of Manbir S. Chowdhary, APLC is a Newport Beach law firm that represents individuals and institutions throughout California. We protect the rights of employees and executives in all areas of labor and employment law including wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and violations of wage and hour laws. Our practice also advises clients in the hospitality, retail, manufacturing and technology sectors on human resource policy development, employment regulation compliance, and litigation prevention.

The firm’s success is based upon legal expertise, efficiency in the practice of law, and a hands-on approach that ensures clients receive optimal service and results. These core factors allow us to establish enduring client relationships based on confidence and trust.

 


   
    Law Offices of Manbir S. Chowdhary obtains $427,177 judgment at trial on behalf of cancer research scientists
    Law Offices of Manbir S. Chowdhary represents executive whistleblower in PAGA lawsuit
    Law Offices of Manbir S. Chowdhary obtains $300,000 settlement in wage and hour action
    Firm secures six-figure settlement with PayPal over Cal. Lab. Code § 970 claim
    Firm wins favorable settlement on behalf of San Francisco tech company Reppify LLC
   Law Offices of Manbir S. Chowdhary defeats multiple summary judgment motions in Saldana et al. v. Bitetto Tow & Service Center et al.
    Firm obtains six-figure settlement on behalf of Sonoma County developer in breach of contract case
    Firm secures full dismissal of $1 million lawsuit in Stason Pharmaceuticals, Inc. et al. v. Mechetner et al.
    Law Offices of Manbir S. Chowdhary defeats Bus. & Prof. Code § 17200 action on behalf of Laguna Beach retailer
    Bay Area mobile app developer Monsoon Company joins firm’s list of representative business clients
    Firm obtains Federal Court dismissal on behalf of client in case alleging violations of the Lanham Act
    Public Law Center and Law Offices of Manbir S. Chowdhary conduct pro bono work for domestic violence victim