California Employment Law

California Employment Law and Paid Sick Leave

As of the first of July, 2015, the Healthy Families Act that was introduced last year in 2015 will begin to impose new requirements for paid sick leave on the employers within California. Most employers – regardless of their size or industry are...

Employment Litigation and the Basics of Unfair Dismissal

If you suddenly find yourself in a significant dispute with your employer, or place of employment, obtaining immediate legal advice from an experienced and skilled employment lawyer is crucial. Unfair dismissal has significant financial consequences for...

Choosing the Right Employment Litigation Lawyer

Most of the time, making the decision to file a lawsuit against a large business entity or company takes a serious amount of confidence. Going up against huge corporations in a legal setting can feel like tackling a giant, but that doesn’t mean...

Is Your Employer Discriminating Against You Based on National Origin?

It is illegal for your employer to discriminate against you based on your place of birth, ethnicity, ancestry or any other issues related to ethnicity, such as your surname, cultural identity, and accent. The problem with discrimination against national...

Can You File a Lawsuit Outside Workers’ Compensation?

If you’ve suffered an injury at work, you might think that the only compensation you will get is from the insurance policy covering your employer for workers’ compensation. Generally, this is true, but there are certain situations in which you could...