Leading San Francisco Bay Area Employment Discrimination Law Firm, CA Civil Rights Announces Post on LGBT Discrimination
California Civil Rights Law Group is considered one of the leading San Francisco Bay Area law firms for sexual harassment and discrimination law. The firm is announcing a new post on LGBT discrimination to its blog.
CA Civil Rights Law Group Announces Larry Organ Selected by SuperLawyers as a Top San Francisco...
California Civil Rights Law Group is a leading San Francisco Bay Area law firm specializing in employment law, especially but not only discrimination and harassment. The firm is announcing that lead attorney, Larry Organ, has been selected by SuperLawyers as a top San Francisco Bay Area employment law and litigation attorney.
CA Civil Rights Law Group Announces Julianne Stanford Selected by SuperLawyers as a Top Bay Area...
California Civil Rights Law Group is a leading San Francisco Bay Area law firm specializing in employment law, especially litigation. The firm is announcing that attorney, Julianne Stanford, has garnered the prestigious "Rising Star" designation by SuperLawyers.
Office for Civil Rights Announces Revised Process of Investigation
In response to scrutiny and criticism by public school districts, the Office for Civil Rights has announced changes to its process of investigating civil rights violations in schools.
Why Fathers' Rights Law Firms Are Necessary; Tips For Dating Post-Divorce
Cordell & Cordell News for the month of November 2016. Men's Divorce School - Sign up here: mensdivorceschool.com/ DadsDivorce, Why Fathers’ Rights La...
New York City Aims to Strengthen its Enforcement of Human Rights Law; Paired Testing Employment...
Mayor de Blasio recently signed a series of bills that, among other things, require the New York City Human Rights Commission – the agency responsible...
What Employers and Other Entities are Covered by Employment Discrimination Laws?
As for application of federal statutes, Title VII, the ADA, and GINA apply to all private employers, state and local governments, and educational institutions that employ 15 or more individuals while the ADEA applies to employers who employ 20 or more employees. The EPA covers virtually all employers in America with no minimum employee requirement… Read More
What should I do if I’ve been discriminated against because of my race in San Francisco?
If you’ve been discriminated against because of your race in the workplace in San Francisco, you probably have a cause of action against your employer. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a federal law, such actions are illegal. In California, the Fair Employment and Housing Act also makes racial discrimination in … Continued
Supreme Court to Decide Whether Landmark Civil Rights Law Applies to Gay and Transgender Workers
The justices must decide if a law that forbids employment discrimination based on sex also bars discrimination based on sexual orientation or transgender status.
Lawyer Who Defended Racial Gerrymandering Picked for A Top Civil Rights Job
Trump's choice for a senior civil rights post at the DOJ has defended Republican redistricting laws in Virginia, South Carolina, New York, and Florida.
Supreme Court to Decide if Anti-discrimination Laws Protect LGBTQ Employees
On April 22, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it will consider whether federal anti-discrimination law applies to LGBTQ employees, granting judicial review to two (2) sexual orientation discrimination cases and one (1) gender identity discrimination case. The Court is expected to determine whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title …
Employment Law 101: Sex Discrimination
Who does it apply to: The law applies to all employers with 15 or more employees. What is the issue: Title VII was...
Supreme Court to decide if LGBT employees protected under anti-discrimination law
The justices will hear cases involving people who say they were fired because of their sexual orientation. and decisions will likely be announced by June 2020.
Hairstyles and Anti-Discrimination Laws: What Employers Need to Know
California Senate Bill 188 would extend the definition of racial discrimination to include bias against hair textures and styles associated with race and ethnicity while the New York City Human Rights Commission in February introduced guidance reinforcing the right of New Yorkers under city human rights law to maintain hairstyles linked to racial, ethnic and cultural identity. Employment law experts believe the laws will be trendsetting.
What is the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967?
What is the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967? - Age Discrimination - California Civil Rights Law Group
Civil Rights Investigations: How They Work
The federal civil-rights investigations of the officers involved in the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown pose a significant hurdle for prosecutors, but it's not insurmountable, legal experts say.
Employment Discrimination, What's Protected?
Contact the experienced employment law attorneys at Maya Murphy, P.C. today at (203) 221-3100 or [email protected] Employment discrimination takes many and varied forms. The most common types are briefly addressed here. If you feel any of these apply to you, it may be helpful to get legal counsel regarding appropriate action. Age Discrimination: The Age Discrimination in… Read More
What Happens When A Criminal Civil Rights Attorney Needs A Criminal Lawyer?
Unfortunately, very serious allegations of criminal conduct have been lodged against lawyer, Sanford Rubenstein. The most ... Criminal
Why Choose Kazan Law as Your Mesothelioma Law Firm?
If you or someone in your family has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, it is important to find out about your legal rights. Our attorneys and staff are very ...
Political Spending and Pay-to-Play Ballot Measure Goes Before San Francisco Voters this Fall
Pay to Play Law Blog Share this post This fall, voters in the consolidated City and County of San Francisco will be faced with an opportunity to weigh in via referendum on whether to intensify the municipality’s already-stringent pay-to-play and campaign finance laws for certain limited liability companies, partnerships and persons with financial interests before city government. The ballot measure, known jointly as Proposition F and…
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