Steve Matcha
Employment Lawyer
San Diego, California


Emploment law Attorney

Protecting Worker
Rights Since 2007


Steve is a fearless advocate, driven to achieve positive results for his clients, in and out of court. Since graduating from law school in the top 5% of his class, he has become well versed in employment law while zealously advancing his clients' rights and workplace dignity since 2007.

Steve is skilled at making and arguing persuasive motions, gathering evidence from tough witnesses, conducting thorough discovery, and negotiating settlements or preparing for trial. He has experience in various fora including superior and federal district courts, the Labor Commissioner’s Office, the San Diego County Employees Retirement Association, the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Merit Systems Protection Board, and more.

If you may have been mistreated at work, please contact Steve. Without appropriate action, your rights will expire. Do not wait!

Serving employees throughout Southern California including Greater San Diego County, Riverside County, Orange County, Imperial County, and Los Angeles County.


•   Labor and Employment Law
•   Wage and Hour
•   Wrongful Termination
•   Disability Acccomodations
•   Overtime
•   Meal and Rest Breaks
•   Misclassification
•   Work Off the Clock
•   Unreimbursed Expenses
•   Hostile Work Environment
•   Retaliation/Whistleblowing
•   Forced Resignation
•   Breach of Contract
•   Defamation, Libel, and Slander
•   Privacy
•   Medical Information
•   Infliction of Emotional Stress
•   Assault and Battery
•   Unemployment Compensation and Appeals
•   Employment Contracts
•   Severance Agreements
•   Non-Compete Agreements
•   Litigation
•   Mediation and Arbitration
•   Skelly Hearings
•   Family and Medical Leave
•   Failure to Prevent Discrimination and Harassment
•   Discrimination and Harassment Based On:
•       Physical or Mental Disability
•       Medical Condition
•       Age
•       Sex
•       Pregnancy
•       Sexual Orientation
•       Gender Identity or Expression
•       Military or Veteran Status
•       Religion
•       National Origin or Ancestry
•       Race or Color