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Our labor & employment attorneys discuss current news and updates regarding California labor laws and employment laws.

Will I Lose My Job if I Am Quarantined During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

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In recent months, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread across the globe and majorly impacted the United States. The virus is spreading easily, which explains how quickly it has traveled around the world. As a result, individuals and businesses find themselves scrambling to identify what to do. To help stop the spread of the disease, people … Continue reading

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Does Travel Time Count for Wage and Hour Law?

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Is my travel time compensable under California wage and hour law? The answer is simpler than you think. California employment lawyer Douglas Silverstein explains more in this video. For more information, call 310-273-3180. Video Transcription: One question that we frequently receive is whether travel time counts as compensable time for purposes of wage and hour … Continue reading

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Can I Afford an Attorney for an Employment Law Claim?

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How will I be able to afford an attorney for an employment law claim in California? In this video, California employment attorney Brian Kesluk discusses finance options. For more information, call (310) 273-3180. Video Transcription: At Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C. we basically pride ourselves in the fact that I would say 90 to … Continue reading

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How Do I Fight Hourly and Salary Wage Issues as an Independent Contractor?

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As an independent contractor, you may be curious about what your rights are with issues relating to pay. California employment attorney Douglas Silverstein explains your rights in this video. For more information, call (310) 273-3180. Video Transcription: One of the biggest things that we’ve seen over the last decade is employers attempting to classify its … Continue reading

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