If you are an employee who has experienced discrimination in the workplace, you know all too well how devastating such conduct can be.
California provides a robust framework of laws that protect workers from wage theft. Unfortunately, wage theft is still widespread in California.
Harassment is conduct in the workplace that includes unwelcome advances or other abusive conduct that negatively impact an employee's work environment.
Employees may not be retaliated against for reporting misconduct in the workplace, including mistreatment of other employees and illegal business practices by the employer.
A wrongful termination claim may be brought when an employer fires an employee for refusing to violate a statute, for performing a statutory right or obligation, or for reporting an alleged violation of a statute.
Unfortunately, data breaches are an all-to-common occurrence in today’s modern world. Where so much of our most precious information is stored online, data breaches can be a very real source of confusion, concern, and crisis.