Arman A. Salehi, Esq.

Associate Attorney

Arman A. Salehi is an Associate Attorney specializing in Labor and Employment Litigation, Wage and Hour Class Actions, and Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) Claims. Arman holds a B.A. in Sociology fromUCLA and a J.D. from UC College of the Law, San Francisco (formerly known as UC Hastings).  

Driven by a deep commitment to justice, Arman’s legal philosophy is rooted in his own past experiences with unfair treatment as an hourly-paid employee; his previous challenges now fuel his passion for advocating for workers’ rights. His approach is marked by unwavering focus, dedication, and a persistent commitment to safeguarding the rights of his clients. Beyond legal victories, Arman aims to contribute to a societal shift towards fairer treatment in the workplace.  

“I’m not just a legal representative; I consider myself a voice for those who may not have the means to stand up for themselves. I strive to create a lasting impact on the lives my clients while simultaneously shaping the rapidly changing landscape of employment law in California, for the betterment of all employees.”  

Arman’s advocacy is characterized by strength, resilience, and a profound understanding of the myriad challenges faced by employees. He fosters an environment of trust and empathy, ensuring clients feel heard, supported, and empowered.  

“Difficulty is subjective—where there is a will, there is a way.” 

Coming from an entrepreneurial background, Arman understands the importance of fairness, kindness, and respect in the workplace, fortifying his commitment to enforcing employers’ professional standards and ethical conduct. When he’s not working, Arman finds joy in cooking, experimenting with cuisines, and judging local high school and college speech and debate tournaments.