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Employment Law Blogs

  • How to Prove Unlawful Discrimination

    Unlawful discrimination can cost you a lot of money when it is the cause ofnot getting a raise, not getting a promotion, not getting hired, or even being fired. Being a victim of unlawful discrimination also causes substantial anxiety and depression. Stop being a victim, and call us we can help.
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  • Hire the Best In Order to Win

    If you have been the victim of unlawful discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, you need to retain the best employment law attorney you can find, so you can win your case against even the large corporate defence firms. Find some of the best employment law attorneys, call us not.
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  • Challenging Unlawful Discrimination In The Workplace

    Discrimination against employees based on race, national origin, ancestry, age (over 40), gender, disability and sexual orientation, among others, is illegal in California. If you are, or have been, a victim of unlawful discrimination, talk to a good discrimination lawyer now.
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  • Are You a Victim of Employment Discrimination?

    If your employer terminates you for an illegal motivation, generally, the employer will try to hide that fact, or lie about it. That’s why proving unlawful employment discrimination can be difficult. Employers in California generally know that if they are caught unlawfully discriminating against their employees, it could cost them big money.
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  • What you don’t know about California employment law?

    Title VII is a federal law, and the Fair Employment and Housing Act is a California (FEHA) law. Both Title VII and FEHA make it illegal to harass or discriminate against an employee because of their race, ancestry, color, national origin, gender, disability, and age (over 40). Call us to know more.
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