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Common Examples of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
November 5, 2019 | Firm News,Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment in the workplace can negatively impact employees and their ability to work. In recent years, the “Me Too” movement has shed light on the number of sexual harassment and assault cases in the workplace. Below, our Los Angeles sexual harassment attorneys explain common examples of sexual harassment in the workplace. Get a Free,…

Have You Been Sexually Assaulted in the Workplace in California?
October 24, 2019 | Firm News,Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment | Workplace Retaliation Workplace sexual assault is common. In fact, according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, 58 percent of women experience sexual harassment or assault in the workplace. Over the last several years, the #MeToo movement has exposed the frequency of sexual harassment and assault at work. More than half of…

How Much Privacy Do You Have On Your Work Computer?
October 14, 2019 | Employment Litigation,Firm News

For the vast majority of us, spending a significant portion of our work day in front of a computer screen is rooted in our daily lives. The profound advances in technology has opened up opportunities unimaginable twenty years ago—not only do we perform work on our computers, but we have the luxury of browsing the…

What Is a Software Development Agreement and Who Owns the Copyright to It?
September 27, 2019 | Firm News,Intellectual Property

A “software development agreement” is an agreement between a customer and a developer in which the customer contracts the developer to create a specific piece of software. A common software development agreement breaks down the creation of the software into phases. This ensures that the customer is able to see the product they are getting…

Why Is Sexual Harassment Common in the Restaurant Industry?
September 20, 2019 | Firm News,Sexual Harassment

Our Los Angeles Sexual Harassment Lawyers Explain This National Issue Service workers have some of the hardest jobs imaginable. Many put up with rude customers, poor tippers, long hours, difficult work and sexual harassment. In the restaurant industry, sexual harassment is extremely common among servers, bartenders, cooks and supervisors.  According to the Harvard Business Review,…

Who Is Liable in a Sexual Harassment or Discrimination Lawsuit?
September 13, 2019 | Firm News,Sexual Harassment

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,…

What Is a Hostile Work Environment in California?
August 5, 2019 | Employment Litigation,Firm News

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. Below, our Los Angeles employment attorneys explain what…

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

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…

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

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…

How Do I Establish Priority To My Trademark?

We have all had that million-dollar idea in our head. We then brush it aside until we see the plan executed by someone else. We are then left asking ourselves, “Why didn’t I act on it sooner?”. This typical story that may be fantastical to most is the unfortunate reality of those who have an…