Dieter Dammeier is a practicing attorney with nearly 25 years of experience at every administrative and judicial level, including appearing before the United States and California Supreme Court. He graduated from Western State University, College of Law, in 1996 where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Juris Doctor degree in Law.
He has published numerous articles in statewide and national labor periodicals. He is the author of a published article in the Harvard Law & Policy Review (Fading Rights of Public Employees) and current co-author of the Pocket Guide to the Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights Act.
He has presided over 300 cases as a Judge Pro Tem in the Los Angeles Superior Courts and as a “fee dispute” arbitrator for the California State Bar. He also has experience as a Police Officer and Reserve Deputy Sheriff.
Dieter Dammeier enjoys contributing his expert opinion on various topics. Stay connected with Dieter in the media with the following links!
Choosing a good lawyer is no easy task, and serious research is important required if you want to find the best choice for your situation.
Finding the right lawyer for you involves an interview process. Dieter Dammeier recommends approaching choosing a lawyer like you would hiring an employee.
While it is beneficial to work more hours for more money or a good reputation at work, it is important to know your rights in terms of wages so that you do not get taken advantage of.A critical step in understanding California labor law is knowing what overtime law is and how overtime is calculated.
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