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Who Is Liable in a Sexual Harassment or Discrimination Lawsuit?

Posted on September 13, 2019
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Our Los Angeles Sex Discrimination Attorneys Explain Employer Liability Sexual harassment and discrimination are common problems in the American workplace. As you already know, a national movement, the #MeToo movement, focused on the issue over the past two years.  Workers who experience sexual harassment or discrimination can face lasting psychological trauma and damage to their careers. Fortunately, there are legal options for workers who experience these issues.  The Differences Between Sexual Harassment … Read More

What Is a Hostile Work Environment in California?

Posted on August 5, 2019
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Workplace harassment and bullying can turn a workplace into a hostile environment where you do not feel welcome and constantly fear for your job or safety. Racial slurs, unwelcome sexual advances and other inappropriate behavior can create the conditions to be considered a hostile work environment under the right circumstances. To be considered a hostile work environment, the inappropriate behavior must be pervasive or severe based on a protected trait (such as … Read More

What Will I Be Entitled To If I Win My Copyright Infringement Case?

Posted on July 24, 2019
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The potential threat of a copyright infringement lawsuit is justifiably the biggest concern for anyone engaging in infringing acts. On the opposite end of the spectrum, however, are copyright owners who discover that their copyright is being infringed on and wish to take immediate legal action to stop it and seek damages where applicable. The biggest question looming on these copyright owners’ minds is what types of remedies they may be entitled … Read More

Creators of Parodies Are Granted Immunity From a Copyright Infringement Lawsuit by Claiming Fair Use

Posted on July 11, 2019
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A parody is defined as a humorous use of an existing song, play, or writing that changes some of the original content to create a laughable, ironic new work. However, the original author may wish to prosecute the parody’s author for copyright infringement. Unfortunately, for many of these original authors, the creators of parodies are generally protected under the “fair use” doctrine. The driving element behind the legality of parodies lies in the first … Read More

What Can I Do If My Trademark Application Was Rejected

Posted on June 28, 2019
What Can I Do If My Trademark Application Was Rejected

We have all been rejected at some point in our lives, and needless to say it doesn’t feel good. Whether it was a job interview, a school we applied to, or by someone we liked, the sense that we put ourselves out there only to be left hanging generally doesn’t sit well. The same holds true with a trademark application. You put the time and effort into creating a mark that you … Read More

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