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Employment Law

California and federal laws are enacted to protect employees from unfair treatment in the workplace. For example, an employer may not terminate a pregnant employee simply because of her pregnancy…

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Wrongful Termination

California employees are protected from wrongful termination by state and federal laws. Even though most California employment is “at will,” employers must adhere to legal guidelines when terminating an employee…

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Workplace Discrimination

Los Angeles workplace discrimination attorney David Grey, knows that workplace discrimination is expressed differently in each individual case. In many instances, the employee is not fully aware of the extent of the…

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Age Discrimination

Employees who are 40 years old and above are a protected class, and employers who discriminate against this age group can be held liable for damages. Age discrimination is illegal…

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Disability Discrimination

Under California and federal laws, individuals with disabilities must not be discriminated against in employment matters. In other words, a person who has a disability must be given the same opportunity to be hired as a non-disabled person…

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Gender Discrimination

Gender discrimination is illegal under California and federal law. All employees are to be equally protected under the law regardless of sexual preference or sexual identification. California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act…

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Racial/Ethnic Discrimination

It is illegal for a future employer to base hiring decisions on an applicant’s racial background or ethnicity. An interviewer may not ask questions about an applicant’s name and origin or whether the applicant is of a mixed race…

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Pregnancy Discrimination

There are numerous California and federal laws that prohibit employers from engaging in conduct that discriminates against pregnancy before, during and after childbirth…

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Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is a highly complex issue in California. For purposes of brevity, the law recognizes two kinds of sexual harassment. Quid pro quo refers to the demand for sexual favors from someone in a supervisory…

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Workplace harassment is offensive conduct intended to make an individual or a particular group or class of people feel intimidated, uncomfortable, unwanted or abused. Harassment upon a protected class…

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Wages and Overtime

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, federal minimum wage and overtime pay rules are established. Federal law states, employees are entitled to time and a half for all hours in excess of 40 hours per week…

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California law prohibits an employer from retaliating against an employee who has exercised a legal right. For example, if an employee makes a formal or informal complaint about workplace discrimination…

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A whistleblower reveals information about “protected activity” that may include illegal dealings, dangerous practices, misuse of government funds or other fraudulent…

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