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California Labor Board: Comprehensive Guide

By on September 3, 2021

Comprehensive Guide to the California Labor Board The California Labor Board is a state agency that was created to enforce the rights of employees and employers. It does this by investigating complaints from both parties, enforcing any laws broken, and giving advice on what can be done to fix the situation. In this article, we will discuss what the Labor Board does, California Labor Laws enforced by the Labor Board, How to contact the Labor Board, How to file a complaint with the Labor Board, and other options that you can pursue besides filing a complaint with the Labor Board. […]

Workplace Harassment in California: What to do

By on August 27, 2021
Workplace Harassment

Harassment in the Workplace The workplace is supposed to be a place where people can work in a safe and friendly environment. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Harassment in the workplace can come in many different forms and its effects on employees can be devastating. This blog post will discuss workplace harassment in California, the legal definition of harassment, what types of harassment there are, how you can deal with workplace harassment, and who to talk to about workplace harassment. What is Harassment? The legal definition of harassment is as follows: “Unwelcome conduct that is directed at an […]

Employment Lawyers: What do they do?

By on August 23, 2021
Employment Law

There are many lawyers out there who specialize in labor and employment law, but what exactly do they do? Employment lawyers help employees recover and compensate for their wrongs. An Employment attorney can pursue legal action on your behalf to get the money you deserve and take the employer to court if necessary. If you think that you’ve been a victim of wrongful termination, discrimination, or retaliation at your workplace, then an employment lawyer may be able to help you with these issues. The best way to know whether you need to hire a lawyer to represent you is by […]

Proving Workplace Discrimination in California

By on August 20, 2021

Proving Workplace Discrimination in California: Know Your Rights California is one of the most diverse states in the United States. When it comes to workplace discrimination, California leads the way with its strong anti-discrimination laws that protect employees against harassment and discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and more. This blog post will focus on how to prove workplace discrimination in California and what rights you have when faced with potential or actual workplace discrimination. What qualifies as workplace discrimination? In California, workplace discrimination is defined as any unlawful act or conduct that results in an adverse employment […]

Is Wrongful Termination Hard to Prove in California?

By on August 18, 2021
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Is Wrongful Termination Hard to Prove in the California? Wrongful termination is an intense and complicated legal matter with little room for error. These types of cases are difficult to prove, but the protections that wrongful termination provides can make it worth your time and effort. This blog will discuss what constitutes a wrongful termination case, how and why proving wrongful termination can be difficult, whether an employment contract or agreement can affect the claim, and how you may be able to establish your claim if you have been wrongfully terminated from work.  What constitutes a wrongful termination case? The […]

Food Labeling Claims

By on June 8, 2020

Federal Regulations “Natural” “GMO” “Organic” The primary authorities in the federal regulation of food labels are from the Federal, Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA), the FDA and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).  In addition to regulatory issues surrounding the terms “natural,” “GMOs,” and “organic” that have been involved in the significant food-labeling cases to date. Congress passed the FFDCA in 1938 to grant the FDA power to ensure that “foods are safe, wholesome, sanitary, and properly labeled.”  Two sections of the FFDCA that are often referenced in food-labeling lawsuits are sections 201(n) […]

9/11 Cancer: How is 9/11 and Cancer Connected?

By on November 22, 2019

Did 9/11 cause cancer? How is 9/11 and cancer connected? 9/11 terror attacks shaped the course of history in many ways, including starting a global war on terror. In the US, the attacks brought serious concerns over the short-term and long-term health effects of exposure to “WTC toxins”.  There were concerns about exposure to pulverized building materials, furniture, and electronic equipment that 9/11 first responders, volunteers, and individuals living and working in neighboring environs had to breathe in for months during the WTC site rescue, recovery, and cleanup process.  Months after the attacks, smoke from ongoing fires continued to pollute […]

A Comprehensive Guide of the Zadroga Act

By on November 19, 2019

Who is James Zadroga? A Comprehensive Guide of the Zadroga Act: James Zadroga was an NYPD (New York City Police Department) officer who died on 5th January 2006 of a respiratory illness linked to his involvement in rescue and recovery operations at the WTC (World Trade Center) site following the 11th September 2001 terrorist attacks. Zadroga was the first individual whose death was officially recognized as being caused by exposure to toxic chemicals and materials at the 9/11 attack sites.  Since joining the NYPD in 1992, Zadroga had risen in rank and become a Detective. He wasn’t a smoker and […]

California Overtime Law: Everything You Need To Know

By on November 15, 2019

Overtime definition: What is overtime? California Overtime Law: Everything You Need To Know. Overtime can be defined as time spent working beyond typical working hours. The term can also be used to refer to the pay a person receives for this time.  According to the DIR (Department of Industrial Relations), overtime is extended to nonexempt California employees – employees who are directly supervised and paid an hourly wage as opposed to a monthly salary. Nonexempt employees are protected by California wage and hour laws, which require meal breaks, rest breaks, and overtime. Here’s more on nonexempt and exempt employees in […]

What Is Sexual Harassment In The Workplace?

By on November 12, 2019

What is sexual harassment? According to the DFEH (Department of Fair Employment & Housing), sexual harassment is any unwanted sexual advances, visual, verbal or physical conduct/contact of sexual nature. The definition of sexual harassment encompasses many forms of offensive behavior, including gender-based harassment directed towards persons of the same sex.  The DFEH is the agency responsible for protecting California employees and job seekers from employment discrimination.  According to the DFEH, sexual harassment includes but isn’t limited to the list of behaviors below: Sexual harassment examples  i. Verbal conduct, such as using/making derogatory comments, slurs, epithets, and jokes. Verbal abuses of […]

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