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Llamas Press Release

Posted in Employment Law,Wage & Hour Laws on June 11, 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 10, 2021 Employment litigation attorney Omid Nosrati announced today that his firm, on behalf of Plaintiff Alejandra Llamas, filed a whistleblower retaliation lawsuit in the Superior Court of California, County of Orange against Trader Joe’s Company. Ms. Llamas alleges that she was issued a written warning after making several verbal complaints… read more

Hopkins Press Release

Posted in Employment Law,Wage & Hour Laws on June 4, 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 1, 2021 – First Day of Pride Month – Los Angeles, CA Employment litigation attorneys Michael Zarocostas and Omid Nosrati announced today that they have filed an employment discrimination lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against The Walt Disney Company, ABC Signature Studios, Inc., and Riverside Television Services, LLC, on behalf… read more

Can Your Employer Terminate You for Performance Issues Caused by Your Disability?

Posted in Employment Law,Wage & Hour Laws,Wrongful Termination on April 26, 2021

Being terminated for performance issues caused by a disability is not only unfair, it is probably illegal as well. In the federal appellate case of Humphrey v. Memorial Hospitals Association, the court said that for purposes of the Americans with Disabilities Act (with a few exceptions, such as alcoholism or illegal drug use), conduct resulting… read more

California Supreme Court: Employers Cannot Round Time For Meal Breaks

Posted in Employment Law,Firm News,Wage & Hour Laws on April 18, 2021

Recently, The California Supreme Court in Donohue v. AMN Services, LLC decided “that employers cannot engage in the practice of rounding time punches — that is, adjusting the hours that an employee has actually worked to the nearest preset time increment — in the meal period context. The meal period provisions are designed to prevent… read more

Associational Discrimination and How it Relates to COVID-19

Posted in Employment Law,Firm News,Wage & Hour Laws,Workplace Discrimination on April 17, 2021

Imagine asking for an accommodation at work so you can help a family member with a disability and you get terminated for making the request? Imagine in another scenario, your employer grants you the request but then terminates you shortly after? Is that discrimination, even though you are not the one who had the disability?… read more

Time Off From Work Beyond FMLA Leave

Posted in Employment Law,FMLA on April 17, 2021

Sometimes, employees need to take their full 12-weeks of FMLA leave to deal with a serious health condition.  What happens when the employee is unable to return to work at the end of their 12-week leave period?  Can the employer simply terminate the employee?  What if the employee could return after some additional leave that… read more

How to Avoid Personal Assistant Job Scams

Posted in Employment Law on August 30, 2018

Working from home seems like the perfect opportunity for millions of employees in the U.S. Job opportunities are available, but it can be hard to determine which listings are scams and which ones are a real chance for employment. A lot of scams come in the form of a job opening for a personal assistant… read more

California’s New Employment Laws You Need To Know

Posted in Employment Law on May 1, 2018

California employment laws change frequently. Since they are dynamic and continually evolving, staying up-to-date is the best way to understand your rights and responsibilities. Several new California laws might affect the way you work and obtain compensation for on-the-job injuries. We’ve outlined several you need to know about, as well as how they may impact… read more

What Are Your Rights During A Probationary Period At A New Job?

Posted in Employment Law on October 12, 2017

When starting a new job, many workers are told they are in a probationary or introductory period. These periods vary in length but often last between 30 or 90 days. As you train into your job, the period can provide an opportunity for both you and your employer to see whether the job is a… read more

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