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What Is The Legal Definition For Sexual Harassment?
November 17, 2018 | Firm News,Sexual Harassment

Our Los Angeles Sexual Harassment Lawyers Discuss The Characteristics of Sexual Harassment Under California law, sexual harassment is a type of harassment that occurs because of someone’s gender/sex. If an employer is making inappropriate decisions based on a man or woman’s gender, then that constitutes sexual harassment. At Yadegar, Minoofar & Soleymani LLP, our attorneys…

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Am I Protected From Retaliation After Filing A Complaint?
November 17, 2018 | Firm News,Retaliation

Our Los Angeles Employment Attorneys Discuss Protecting Employees From Employer Retaliation No employee deserves to be sexually harassed at work. However, it is natural for an employee to worry about employer retaliation after filing a harassment complaint. California law prevents an employer from terminating, demoting or docking your pay due to a discrimination or harassment…

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Am I The Victim Of Workplace Sexual Harassment?
November 17, 2018 | Firm News,Sexual Harassment

Our Los Angeles Employment Attorneys Discuss the Different Variations of Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment can exist in many different forms. It can range from inappropriate comments in the workplace to unwanted touching. There are also instances where sexual harassment can rise to the level of criminal prosecution. At Yadegar, Minoofar & Soleymani LLP, our sexual…

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Can My Disability Affect My Employer’s Decision Making?
November 17, 2018 | Disability Discrimination,Firm News

Our Los Angeles Labor Lawyers Discuss Protections Given to Disabled Workers Disabled workers are protected by federal law. An employer cannot make employment decisions based on an employee’s disability. Also, your employer cannot make employment decisions based on a perceived disability. If your employer thinks that you are disabled, even if you are not, then…

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Do I Need An Attorney After Receiving A Severance Package?
November 17, 2018 | Employment Litigation,Firm News

Our Los Angeles Employment Law Attorneys Review Important Details About Severance Packages Although California law does not require employers to provide laid-off employees with severance packages, they can still choose to do so. Many larger companies have policies that create built-in severance packages for laid-off employees. When this occurs, you should hire an attorney to…

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How Do I Identify Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment?
November 17, 2018 | Firm News,Sexual Harassment

Our Los Angeles Sexual Harassment Attorneys Discuss The Definition of Quid Pro Quo One form of sexual harassment is commonly referred to as quid pro quo. When an employer engages in sexual activity with an employee, in exchange for employment benefits, then this constitutes quid pro quo. At Yadegar, Minoofar & Soleymani LLP, our Los…

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Is My Non Compete Agreement Valid In California?
November 17, 2018 | Employment Litigation,Firm News

Our Los Angeles Employment Law Attorneys Discuss Non-Compete Agreements in California For the majority of situations, non compete agreements are illegal in California. The state encourages open competition and wants employees to have flexibility when leaving an employer. However, there are certain exceptions, including the sale of assets and the sale of the goodwill of…

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What Are Idea Submission Cases?
November 17, 2018 | Firm News,Intellectual Property

Our Los Angeles Intellectual Property Lawyers Explain the Meaning of Idea Submission Cases One area of intellectual property law involves idea submission cases. Idea submission cases arose in California and were created because it is often difficult to establish a copyright violation. At Yadegar, Minoofar & Soleymani LLP, our attorneys will help you maintain control…

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What Are The Characteristics Of Workplace Discrimination?
November 17, 2018 | Discrimination,Firm News

Our Los Angeles Employment Attorneys Answer Questions About Workplace Discrimination Workplace discrimination is often extremely personal and can drastically affect a person’s career opportunities. For these reasons, workplace discrimination claims are very sensitive for both the employer and the employee. You will need to provide hard evidence and documentation in order to successfully win your…

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Is My Employer Monitoring My Email And Internet Usage?
November 17, 2018 | Firm News

Our Los Angeles Labor Attorneys Discuss Employers Monitoring Email & Internet Usage You may consider it to be immoral for an employer to monitor your email and internet usage at work. However, under California law, they own the property (computers, keyboards, etc.) and can legally monitor what is on your screen. At Yadegar, Minoofar &…

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