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California Meal Break Law (2019)

By on October 14, 2019

Under California Meal Break Law, nonexempt workers (those entitled to overtime under the FLSA (Fair Labor Standards Act) are entitled to a 30 minutes uninterrupted meal break for every 5+ hours worked in a workday. The law is better than federal labor law. If an employer violates the California Meal Break Law, they must pay an extra hour (of regular pay) for every day a meal break violation occurs. However, the extra hour isn’t considered as hours worked in overtime calculations.  Employees are also accorded to a second meal break of 30 minutes or more if they work for over […]


Robocall and TCPA Laws in 2019

By on October 9, 2019

The Federal Trade Commission & Federal Communications Commission both regulate phone calls on a federal level. Some states in the US have their own rules regarding robocalling, with some states having banned robocalling and robotexting in most cases. Robocalling laws are meant to protect consumers from unwanted marketing calls. However, they apply to telemarketing which means phone calls or messages with a financial motive i.e., to persuade someone to make and investment, buy goods/services, etc. The TCPA or Telephone Consumer Protection Act is the main robocalling law in use. The law stipulates when robocalling or sending robtexts is legal/illegal. TCPA […]


Robocalls in 2019

By on October 8, 2019

What is a robocall?  The FTC defines robocalls as calls where you hear recorded messages as opposed to a live person. Robocalls originate from computerized autodialers that are programmed to deliver pre-recorded messages.  The calls are usually associated with telemarketing and political phone campaigns, but they can be used for emergency or public-service announcements, among other purposes. Are robocalls illegal? If you get a lot of robocalls, there is a high likelihood that such calls are illegal. US political parties, unaffiliated campaigns, unions among other organizations can make robocalls legally. The US Do-Not-Call Registry doesn’t include political robocalls. However, the […]


Spam Phone Calls in 2019

By on October 8, 2019

Definition of spam phone calls Spam phone calls are irrelevant, and inappropriate phone calls made mostly for fraudulent or criminal reasons. Crank calls, unsolicited telemarketing phone calls, as well as abusive or obscene phone calls directed mostly to women, qualify as spam calls.  Other phone calls that fit into this definition include impersonation calls and tech-support scam calls.  Quick spam phone call statistics in the US Americans got 26 billion spam calls in 2018, representing a 46% increase from the previous year.   50% of all cell phone calls in 2019 will be spam phone calls.  Spam calls accounted for 3.7% […]


Is it illegal to record someone? (2019 legal guide to call recording laws)

By on October 7, 2019

Crosner Legal represents clients facing a wide range of legal disputes, including consumer protection lawsuits on behalf of individuals who have been illegally recorded by a company. This article goes into depth about your rights are as an individual when you are recorded without knowledge or consent by others, the current legislation of recording conversations, and penalties applicable for obtaining recorded conversations. For further information or clarification, give the team at Crosner Legal a call today or you may submit your inquiry using the confidential online form. It’s no secret – technology continues to advance and progress on a rapid […]


Spam Text Messages in 2019

By on October 7, 2019

What is a spam text message? Spam text messages can be defined as junk messages sent to a mobile phone as text messages through SMS (Short Message Service) without prior express permission or invitation from the receiver.  Is spam text illegal? Since 2004, it has been illegal to send spam text messages or spam SMS under the TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act). United States citizens who get unsolicited text messages have the right to take legal action against the senders.  You must permit all senders of text messages containing commercial messages first; otherwise, such messages will be deemed as unsolicited. […]


Discrimination in the Workplace in 2019

By on September 17, 2019

Under California law, employees discriminated against are protected by the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). Federal law also protects the rights of job applicants and employees, but on a more limited basis than California through the following statutes: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 The Americans with Disabilities Act The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 The Age Discrimination Act The Equal Pay Act of 1963 Discrimination in the workplace occurs when adverse material actions are taken against an employee or individual applying for employment as a result of certain protected classes, including: Race Religion Gender Disability Sexual Orientation […]


Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace in 2019

By on September 17, 2019

What is pregnancy discrimination? Treating women employees or job applicants unfavorably because they are pregnant or have a medical condition/s related to childbirth or pregnancy amounts to pregnancy discrimination in the workplace.  Examples of pregnancy discrimination in the workplace Pregnancy discrimination in workplace cases come in many forms. The main ones include: Discrimination in hiring, firing, promotions, etc. Lack of accommodation Harassment Denial of right to maternity/parental/pregnancy leave Denial of additional rights under the FMLA I. Discrimination in hiring, firing, promotions, etc. If you are denied employment or fired after getting pregnant, such actions translate to pregnancy discrimination. The same […]


Disability Discrimination in the Workplace in 2019

By on September 16, 2019

What is disability? To understand disability discrimination, it’s important to define the term disability.  First and foremost, the law doesn’t protect everyone with a health/medical condition. To be considered disabled, you must have all of the following: A mental/physical condition which limits major life activities like walking, hearing, seeing, talking, and learning significantly. A history of disability i.e., cancer in remission  A mental or physical impairment that isn’t transitory, lasting 6 months or less and minor even in the absence of such an impairment What is disability discrimination? Disability discrimination is defined under the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and […]


Religious Discrimination in the Workplace in 2019

By on September 16, 2019

What is religious discrimination? The EEOC – the federal agency responsible for administering and enforcing laws against discrimination in US workplaces defines religious discrimination as; treating an employee or applicant unfavorably because of their religious beliefs or practices.  Individuals who belong to traditional organized religions like Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Judaism are protected by the law (Title VII, of the CRA of 1964) from discrimination. The protections extend to individuals who hold religious, moral, and ethical beliefs. Religious discrimination extends to treating a person differently because they associate with or are married to individuals who practice a certain religion.  […]


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