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Los Angeles employment law continues to change. In addition to California law, Los Angeles might develop new paternity leave laws.

Can I Sue for a Hostile Work Environment?

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Our Los Angeles Harassment Lawyers Explain Harassment is a common issue in American workplaces. Each day, workers across the country face workplace harassment for their gender, sexual orientation, race, national origin, religion or disability status. Affected workers may have legal options they could pursue against current or former employers who are responsible for the harassment. … Continue reading

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What Are Warning Signs of Discrimination at Work?

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Our Los Angeles Employment Lawyers Discuss Common Red Flags Federal data from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) shows that workplace discrimination is a major problem for U.S. workers. According to EEOC data, the EEOC resolved more than 70,800 charges of discrimination in 2020. Workplace discrimination can result in a hostile workplace, demotion or wrongful … 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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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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Is My Employer Required to Tell Me If Someone at Work Gets COVID-19?

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Coronavirus, also known as SARS-CoV-2 , is a global pandemic that has killed thousands across the United States. As the virus continues to spread, the federal government and states have issued guidelines and orders to protect people. In California, Governor Newsom issued a stay-at-home order to help stop the spread of the deadly virus. However, … Continue reading

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