Los Angeles Discrimination Attorney, Jonathon Kaplan and Yitz Weiss offers a combined 30 years in professional experience. The Law Office of Kaplan Weiss LLP primarily focuses on employment cases including wrongful termination, workplace discrimination, work harassment, race discrimination and civil rights violations. The firm’s experience and availability has made Kaplan Weiss LLP a superior law firm and a great resource to individuals who were victims of discrimination and harassment. No Attorney fees unless successful.
Jonathon Kaplan, Partner
Jon graduated from the prestigious Duke Law School. He started his career in Los Angeles working with the prominent law firm of Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith LLP in 1990. His passion for law and steadfast dedication to the firm helped distinguished himself, becoming the youngest equity partner. He founded his own firm, Kaplan Lee LLP, which changed to its current name, Kaplan Weiss LLP, in 2013. Jon’s extensive trial experience involving employment matters, fraud, business disputes, wrongful termination, combined with an unparalleled commitment to help protect his client’s rights has made him one of Los Angeles top Discrimination Attorney; Jon was selected as one of Los Angeles Super Lawyers.
Yitz Weiss, Partner
Yitz graduated from Southwestern University School of Law. He served as Associate Editor of the Southwestern Law Review. As a result of his focus and passion for law, Yitz graduated cum laude with a Juris Doctorate from Southwestern in 2006, an honor reserved for the top 10% of students. He has been representing clients in employment matters including wage claims, discrimination and harassment. Yitz understands what it takes to provide quality representation with the utmost respect to his clients, which has enabled him to rise to the top as a Los Angeles Discrimination Attorney. In addition to providing quality representation, Yitz has an in-depth knowledge of the law and is a regular speaker on a variety of legal issues. He teaches weekly classes in law, ethics, and religion as well as the interplay between civil and religious law.