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Identifying Work from Home Harassment During the Pandemic

Working from home during the pandemic

Our Los Angeles Harassment Lawyers Explain How to Spot Online Harassment Vaccines are finally here. Over the next few months, tens of millions of workers across the U.S. can look forward to receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. Businesses may begin slowly opening back up, although carefully, as more people receive a vaccine. However, we can expect … Continue reading

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Wrongful Termination for Reporting Unsafe Work Conditions

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Whistleblower Attorneys Explain Whistleblower Rights in California Employers and employees are likely to struggle with the impact of the current pandemic for some time to come. In fact, some U.S. health experts suggest the pandemic could continue until late 2021. For some employees, they are experiencing unsafe work conditions that put them at risk of … Continue reading

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What is the Whistleblower Protection Act?

In 2014, three new laws were enacted and added to the California Whistleblower Protection Act. The act already prevented employers from retaliating against employees that reported violations of state and federal laws to government officials or the police. Here is a look at the three laws that strengthened whistleblower protections in California. The act was … Continue reading

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Remote Litigation During COVID-19: Adapt Or Get Left Behind

Attorney Douglas Silverstein Quoted in the Los Angeles Business Journal Many law firms and attorneys face unique challenges due to the spread of COVID-19. As efforts to control the spread of COVID-19 are underway, many attorneys cannot conduct legal proceedings in a courtroom. Here in Los Angeles, civil proceedings are not set to resume in … Continue reading

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How the Recent SCOTUS Ruling Adds Federal Workplace Protections for LGBTQ Community

Workplace discrimination

Our Los Angeles Discrimination Attorneys Explain the Implications The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled on an extremely important case last month, Bostock v. Clayton County, that adds federal workplace protections for the LGBTQ community. Transgender and sexual orientation discrimination are now illegal under federal law.  In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court … Continue reading

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