Author: Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C.

Does the Los Angeles Entertainment Industry Have a Sexual Harassment Problem?

Numerous reports suggest the Los Angeles entertainment industry might have a severe problem with sexual harassment. Female comedians report being sent sexually explicit text messages, photos, and in some cases even being raped. The women created Facebook groups where they conversed with each other about specific offenders and their own experiences. Famous actresses have reported … Continue reading

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Why Do Other Attorneys Refer Employment Law Cases To Your Firm?

Why Do Other Attorneys Refer Employment Law Cases To Your Firm?

At Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C., our employment lawyers represent a variety of clients that come to us as referrals from other attorneys who know we have the resources to win complex employment law cases. Other California law firms recognize that we are litigators who are capable of handling cases other lawyers might turn away. This … Continue reading

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How An Employment Lawyer Can Help Workers With Job Disputes

How An Employment Lawyer Can Help Workers With Job Disputes

There are a number of ways an employment lawyer can assist an employee who has experienced workplace discrimination, harassment or wrongful termination. The first step may be to discuss the situation with the company’s in-house human resources department. Another step might be to make a formal complaint with the EEOC. Other times, a demand letter … Continue reading

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Meet California Employment Attorney Brian Kesluk- 35+ Years’ Experience

Photo of California Employment Attorney Brian Kesluk- 35+ Years’ Experience

Employment attorney Brian Kesluk is a partner at the California employment law firm of Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C.. Having worked in law for over 35 years, he has learned that having an amazing team of experienced Los Angeles employment attorneys who are able to work together on workplace harassment, discrimination and other types of employment law … Continue reading

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