employee rights advocate helping you fight against illegal business practices.

About Us


Hugo Gamez

Hugo Gamez serves Southern California focusing his practice on Labor & Employment Law matters. Mr. Gamez represents single and multi-plaintiff clients through all phases of the litigation process including discovery, deposition, mediation, arbitration, and appeals. In addition, Mr. Gamez has experience handling matters involving wage and hour violations.

Mr. Gamez is passionate about fighting for employee rights, zealously advocates for each of his clients, and works tirelessly to reach a beneficial resolution in each matter.

Mr. Gamez possesses a Bachelor of Science in Business administration from the University of California, Berkeley- Haas School of Business, a Master of Arts from Columbia University in Public Policy, and a Juris Doctorate degree from Valparaiso University School of Law.

Mr. Gamez is admitted to practice law in the State of California, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California.

Mr. Gamez was born and raised in Guatemala and is fluent in Spanish.  


Passionate Legal Advocacy.


Our firm works hard to provide all of our clients with smart,and sensible representation.


We believe in being honest with our clients in an effort to set realistic expectations.

We serve a wide range of clientele, and every client relationship is valued greatly and treated with dignity and respect.

Our Mission

Experience You Can Trust

Hugo Gamez is an attorney in Los Angeles, concentrating on Labor & Employment matters. The Law Offices of Hugo Gamez represents single and multi-plaintiff clients through all phases of the litigation process. In addition, Mr. Gamez works on a variety of matters dealing with wage and hour violation by employers.


Immigration and Workplace Discrimination

AB 1660 was signed by the Governor, making it unlawful under the Fair Housing and Employment Act (FEHA) for an employer or other covered entity to discriminate against an individual because he/she holds or presents an immigrant driver's license.


Employers Cannot threaten to Report Immigration Status

Pursuant to California Labor Code 244 "Reporting or threatening to report an employee's, former employee's, or prospective employee's suspected citizenship or immigration status, or the suspected citizenship or immigration status of a family member of the employee, former employee, or prospective employee . . . constitutes an adverse action for purposes of establishing a violation of an employee's, former employee's, or prospective employee's rights."