New Bill Proposals Would Give More Privacy to Moms in the Workplace

October 5, 2018
According to the California Labor Code, every employer must provide reasonable accommodations and breaks to employees who need to lactate for their infant children. Presently, a lactation space must be private. However, it cannot be a toilet stall and must be in close proximity to the employee’s work area. The … Read More Read More

California Legislature Proposes Bills That Could Change Employment Contracts Regarding Sexual Misconduct

September 14, 2018
Since the worldwide phenomenon of the #MeToo movement swept the nation last year, activists, supporters and government officials have pressed for reform in the workplace. California legislature has recently proposed a few bills, that if signed into law, would limit settlement agreements, ban contractual limits on arbitration agreements, ban waivers … Read More Read More

Essential Tenant Rights You Should Know When Leasing Property

July 16, 2018
If you’re looking to rent property, it’s especially important for you to understand the California tenant rights laws. These laws are put in place to help ensure the landlord-tenant relationship is fair. There are a few things you should know before, during, and after leasing property from a landlord in … Read More Read More

What You Need to Know About Insurance Law

June 14, 2018
Insurance is a contract where one party pays a premium and the other party promises to reimburse them for certain types of losses. These losses can include illness, property damage, or death. Insurance law is the practice of law surrounding insurance. Insurance law is made up of three areas of … Read More Read More

Five Warning Signs of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

June 7, 2018
Recent news suggests that sexual harassment is rampant in workplaces in California and across the country. You have most likely heard of the viral #MeToo campaign in recent months. Millions of people targeted with sexual assault or harassment have used the hashtag to share their stories. Sexual harassment can lead … Read More Read More

California’s Ban the Box Measure Goes into Effect

May 7, 2018
Criminal Convictions and Finding Employment It can be very difficult to find a job if you have a criminal record. Many employers look at criminal convictions and refuse to extend job offers. If you have a conviction and live in California, we have some good news. As of January 1, … Read More Read More

April 2018 Employment Law Seminar: Major Changes in California Law

April 7, 2018
New California Employment Laws Are you running into trouble trying to understand California’s newest employment laws? At our law firm, we understand the importance of helping our clients find solutions to their employment law problems. We have developed a series of seminars to help our clients plan and defend against … Read More Read More

Transgender Rights in the California Workplace

February 28, 2018
The state of California’s newest law requires all California employers to post the “Transgender Rights in the Workplace” poster starting at the beginning of this year. The poster must be displayed in a prominent and accessible area along with all other work notices. Employers must comply with the topics addressed … Read More Read More

What Are Your Rights and Obligations as an Employer with Regard to the Immigration Worker Protection Act?

February 22, 2018
Understanding IWPA Read our update about the IWPA, made effective January 1, 2018, as well as the guidelines issued last week from the California Labor Commissioner and California Attorney General. Employment Updates AB450 Read More

Who is Responsible When a Cyclist Hits a Pedestrian?

February 15, 2018
Cyclists aren’t the only victims in common cycling accidents. Sometimes pedestrians will be unlucky enough to be struck by a negligent bicyclist and be severely injured. In order to have their medical costs covered, the injured pedestrian would have to prove liability and identify the negligent party. However, insurance companies … Read More Read More