Our Services

Our Areas of Expertise


 Sexual Harassment

Did you know that around 81 percent of women have experienced sexual harassment? One of the most traumatizing events a person can endure is sexual harassment at work. It’s not just repulsive; it’s illegal.


Class Action Lawsuits

Hogue + Belong has represented thousands  in class actions throughout California against Fortune 500 companies as well as litigating against some of the most capable and prestigious law firms in the nation.


Employment Law

Suppose you are in the middle of a legal dispute with your company or are considering filing a lawsuit against your employer. In that case, you’ll want to work with an experienced San Diego employment lawyer.


Real Estate

Real Estate Law at its finest. Hogue + Belong provides expert navigation through property transactions, disputes, and more. We serve everyone from first-time buyers to experienced investors, ensuring sound decisions and secure investments in the dynamic property market.


Civil Litigation

Our team of seasoned attorneys navigates the complexities of disputes ranging from contract issues to property disagreements with expertise and tenacity. We don't just practice law - we fight for your rights, strategizing for optimal outcomes to resolve conflicts in the most efficient manner.


Disability Discrimination

Did you know that over a third of all labor law cases filed with the EEOC are due to disability discrimination? This statistic is less surprising when you consider that 61% of employees report having either witnessed or personally experienced discrimination.                                


Unlawful Security Deposit Retention

As a tenant, you have certain rights that are guaranteed by law. Unfortunately, some landlords may try to take advantage of tenants by, for example, making unfair deductions from security deposits, charging excessive late fees, or engaging in other questionable practices.

If you, your family, or roommates have ever moved out of an apartment complex only to be told by the landlord that you will not be receiving your full security deposit back, you may have the right to sue the landlord.