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Pregnancy and discrimination laws expanded in California

Women have faced various types of discrimination in the workplace for decades. Even though laws have been passed over the years that protect women, and others, from unlawful discrimination, some employers continue to mistreat ...

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Court reverses decision against Lucasfilm for pregnancy discrimination

Pregnant women face many challenges after learning they are going to have a baby. Not only are they concerned with their own health and future, but they must also be focused on preparing for the arrival of their new loved ...

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Lawsuit: males faced sexual discrimination, harassment at work

Harassment of any kind in the workplace is unacceptable and unlawful. Employees can dread going into a job where they feel uncomfortable. But in some cases, they may not want to report sexually inappropriate behavior out of ...

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Court: Being ‘irresistible’ was grounds for termination

Women have been the targets of various workplace discrimination cases for probably as long as there has been a workplace. However, women all across California and nationwide continue to be the victims of discrimination and ...

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Kaiser social worker mistreated because she had cancer

Our office recently filed suit on behalf of a Kaiser social worker whose supervisor “disliked” her cancer and forced her to take a demotion.  The lawsuit for harassment and discrimination was filed in Placer ...

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Employers risk lawsuit for not making FMLA accommodations

Workers who are sick or need to care for a family member who is sick likely have a substantial amount of stress and anxiety to cope with. If an illness is serious enough, workers may choose to take time away from their jobs ...

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Wrongful Termination for Reporting Harassment

A sex scandal that occurred among Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District is set to resurface in a lawsuit brought by a former captain for wrongful termination. The captain of the force alleges he was fired for reporting ...

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Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Mayor

Allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct have prompted the mayor of San Diego to announce that he would undergo weeks of intensive behavioral therapy, but he has refused to step down from his seat. The 70 year ...

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Sexual Harassment In California

Sexual harassment is banned in workplace under California law. In order to bring a successful sexual harassment case, an employee has to show that “the conduct complained of was severe enough or sufficiently pervasive ...

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School Sued For Disability Discrimination

A custodian has sued her former employer, the Amador County Unified School District, for disability discrimination and retaliation. The female employee had a lower back injury, but was able to complete the essential duties ...

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