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Salute Law and Kevin Salute are dedicated to representing employees who have been victims of sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination by their employers and supervisors.


ATTORNEY KEVIN SALUTE

Background

Kevin Salute is a native of Los Angeles. After high school, Kevin headed south and attended the University of California, San Diego where he majored in Quantitative Economics. After graduating in 1990, he attended Whittier College School of Law in Los Angeles where he obtained three American Jurisprudence Awards for academic excellence. After law school, he worked with his father, a lawyer of 30 years, before working for two other law firms. With those law firms, Kevin worked all types of litigation matters. Eventually, Kevin set out to establish his own law firm which he began around 2005. Kevin has substantial trial experience and has been lead or co-counsel at dozens of trials and arbitrations.

Education

University of California, San Diego – Bachelor Degree, 1990 Whittier College School of Law – Juris Doctor, 1994

Awards

American Jurisprudence Award, Civil Procedure - 1992
American Jurisprudence Award, Commercial Transactions - 1992
American Jurisprudence Award, Torts - 1991

Member

Los Angeles County Bar Association
California Employment Lawyers Association

Bar Admissions

State of California, 1994
United States District Court, Central District of California, 1994
9th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1994

 

Salute Law and Attorney Kevin Salute have the knowledge and experience to help you get the maximum recovery possible that you may be entitled to under the law.


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IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR YOUR EMPLOYER TO RETALIATE AGAINST YOU FOR EXERCISING YOUR RIGHTS. DON’T BE AFRAID TO CALL. YOUR CALL IS COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL.

Most employees in California are considered “at-will” employees. Generally speaking, this means that an employer can terminate you without cause unless you have a contract with your employer, are part of a union, or work for a governmental agency. However, even if you are an at-will employee, you still have rights. You cannot be terminated, disciplined, suspended, laid off, or demoted for an illegal reason.

Contact Kevin Salute and Salute Law for a FREE CASE EVALUATION to determine if you are entitled to compensation for:

Salute Law and Attorney Kevin Salute accepts cases on a contingency basis. This means that we collect NO ATTORNEY FEES UNLESS WE WIN YOUR CASE through settlement, arbitration, or trial.