Welcome to the Law Offices of Amy Oppenheimer

Our Services

Fair. Timely. Thorough. Workplace Investigations and Training

Investigations

We are dedicated to providing fair, thorough, and timely impartial investigations of employment complaints in as expeditious and cost effective a manner as possible. Our investigations are conducted and supervised by experienced employment law attorneys who have decades of experience in this field.  We have been doing this for over 25 years and we are, as one grateful client said, “simply the best” at what we do.

 

 

Training, Coaching and Mediation

We provide training for attorneys and HR professionals on how to do an investigation; and training for managers and supervisors on how to recognize and respond to workplace harassment, discrimination, and bullying. We also provide diversity and bias training and we are available to do workplace assessments.

 

Expert Testimony

Over the last twenty years Amy Oppenheimer has provided expert testimony about preventing harassment and discrimination, and has testified numerous times in State and Federal courts on this topic.

 

Our Team

Amy Oppenheimer
Lisa A. Brewer
David Stallard
Alezah Trigueros
Ann Spivack
Zaneta Butscher Seidel

News and Events

 

Amy Oppenheimer Featured on NPR's All Things Considered

Amy was interviewed by Robert Siegel last week to discuss her thoughts on sexual harassment prevention in the workplace for NPR’s All Things Considered.  Read more about Amy's interview on our latest blog post!


Law Offices of Amy Oppenheimer Hired to Investigate Reports of Workplace Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment in the California State Senate

On Monday, October 23, 2017, California State Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León announced that our office would be conducting this important work in our State Capitol.  You can read more on our blog.


On May 2, 2017, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) released a Workplace Harassment Guide. The new guide, available here, provides recommended practices for preventing and addressing workplace harassment. The guide was developed by DFEH’s California Sexual Harassment Task Force, of which Amy Oppenheimer is a member. It provides insight into employer responsibilities addressed in the new Fair Employment and Housing Council (FEHC) regulations enacted in 2016.

The guide will be instrumental in providing employers with practical advice as to how to prevent and investigate workplace harassment and is one of the few such guides available to employers that has the imprimatur of a government agency. It will help employers comply with their obligation to take reasonable steps to prevent and correct workplace harassment.

As workplace investigators, our office is pleased to have such an important resource and proud that Amy contributed to this groundbreaking guide. Check out our blog for more on this.

 


 

Upcoming Appearances


Dec. 4-8 CALPELRA's 42nd Annual Conference - Amy Oppenheimer will be speaking on Thursday 7th December from 3:30 -5:00 p.m. at the session:  Tough, Tougher, Toughest: Navigating Difficult Situations In Interviews in Bonsai Room, at the Portola Hotel & Spa