While many law firms only represent employees, and others only management, we handle cases for both sides. In doing so, we have a distinct litigation advantage. We understand how the other side thinks. This perspective has enabled us to deliver success in settlement negotiations and at trial.
No matter what type of workplace problem you may have, we welcome you to explore our website. If you believe that your employer has violated your rights, contact today to speak with an attorney at no charge.
Located in Pleasanton, California we represent clients in all Northern California counties, including Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Contra Costa, Marin, Sacramento, Yolo, Napa, Sonoma, Solano, Santa Cruz, Monterey, Fresno, San Joaquin, Merced, and Stanislaus.
Since California and Federal wage laws are complex and constantly evolving, we keep abreast of changes in the law, the trends, and new approaches to wage and hour litigation. Knowing the law is not enough. We recognize that each client and case is unique. Therefore, we handle large and legally complex cases to cases as small as an individual employee who was denied a single pay check.
$100,000 Confidential Settlement - Failure to Pay Overtime, Rest Breaks, & Meal Breaks
$225,000 Confidential Settlement - Job Misclassification, Sexual and Racial Harassment
$69,000.00 Confidential Settlement - Failure to Pay Overtime, Rest Breaks, & Meal Breaks
$75,000 Confidential Settlement - Job Misclassification / Failure to Pay Overtime
$125,000 Judgment - Job Misclassification / Failure to Pay Overtime
Should a wage and hour dispute get to court, we have the experience to defend such lawsuits.
With over a decade of civil litigation experience, Brad Stuckey maintains a practice focused on representing clients in employment and business litigation. He has extensive experience litigating employment matters in both the state and federal courts, including multiple jury trials representing employees and management.
Brad grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley. He received a Masters Degree in History from Kent State University and his law degree from the University of Akron School of Law.
Prior to becoming a partner at Stuckey Hughes, APC Brad was in private practice at Stuckey Law Offices, APC and at Hughes & Clough, APC where he litigated employment, commercial and personal injury matters.
State Of California (2001)
United States District Court
Northern California (2002)
United Stated District Court
Central California (2003)
United Stated District Court
Eastern California (2004)
Ralph D. Hughes was born in Alameda, California, and has lived his entire life in or about the San Francisco Bay Area.
Mr. Hughes was employed as a police officer between 1972 through 1983. He was employed by the Oakland Police Department for eight years (1972-1979) where he worked a variety of assignments including patrol, field training officer, detective, and background investigator. He worked for the Concord Police Department for four years (1979-1983), leaving the department in 1983 while assigned as a detective in the Burglary Division.
Mr. Hughes holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from John F. Kennedy University School of Law, graduating in the top 15% of his class in 1983. He successfully passed the Bar Examination that same year, and has been in private practice in 1983.
Mr. Hughes has been active in his community. A former President of the Chamber of Commerce, board member and officer of several service clubs, Chairperson of the City of Dublin Planning Commission, and an Alameda County Superior Court Judge Pro Tem for many years. Mr. Hughes has donated his time to help his community while, at the same time, providing consulting and legal services to those who live in the community.
Mr. Hughes retired from the practice of law in May 2013.