November 2017

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Posted by Legal Team On November 29, 2017

California’s new law on domestic violence information

Any kind of violence is reprehensible, and there are few kinds more insidious and difficult to recover from than domestic violence. When a family or romantic relationship turns into threats and harm, life itself can feel like a prison. Although the law focuses on punishing the perpetrator…

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Posted by Legal Team On November 24, 2017

Former counselor alleges pregnancy discrimination in lawsuit

Most Californians rely on their careers for their livelihood. They pursue education to get quality jobs and often sacrifice other pursuits to excel in them. There are enough challenges to growing and keeping a career in a fair world, and sometimes the world is not fair. The…

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Posted by Legal Team On November 17, 2017

New allegations show sexual harassment in government

Sexual harassment may be getting more attention in the national media of the United States recently, but it is far from a recent problem. Women and other populations have been facing pressure, discriminatory practices and physical abuse in workplaces and public spaces for decades and beyond. Some…

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Posted by Legal Team On November 8, 2017

New employment law protects Californian former convicts

Workplaces are increasingly where Americans come together. The unity that employees and managers feel when they are on the same professional team can transcend many of the differences that keep citizens and visitors to this nation apart. This is why it is also increasingly important that workplaces…

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Posted by Legal Team On November 3, 2017

Wrongful termination suits alleges sexual harassment

For most of American history, employers could fire their charges for any reason, or sometimes for no given reason at all. It took dozens of small advances over hundreds of years, from the creation of legal unions to the explicit legal recognition of gender and race equity,…

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