What are the positives of Chapter 13 and am I eligible?

Californians who are experiencing financial difficulties that they cannot get out of on their own might want to consider bankruptcy. Often, taking the step to move forward with a bankruptcy is hindered by a lack of knowledge of which chapter…

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What are the positives of Chapter 13 and am I eligible?

Californians who are experiencing financial difficulties that they cannot get out of on their own might want to consider bankruptcy. Often, taking the step to move forward with a bankruptcy is hindered by a lack of knowledge of which chapter…

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Chapter 7 bankruptcy, abuse of the process and the means test

When a Californian is immersed in financial trouble and would like to consider ways to get back on stronger footing, bankruptcy is a viable alternative. However, there are many issues that go into which chapter to use. The most common…

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Is Workplace Discrimination Against Transgender People Illegal?

California’s Department Of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) has issued a memo about transgender rights in the workplace. The memo states that those who identify as transgender are protected under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) provision that prohibits…

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Start-up sued for violating employment law with harassment

Although sexual harassment has garnered greater scrutiny and attention in recent years as workplaces seek to put a stop to it, it still goes on in a multitude of occupations and circumstances. Often, people are unaware of how to deal…

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Start-up sued for violating employment law with harassment

Although sexual harassment has garnered greater scrutiny and attention in recent years as workplaces seek to put a stop to it, it still goes on in a multitude of occupations and circumstances. Often, people are unaware of how to deal…

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Employment law situation leads to lawsuit

A fire fighter who served his community for 30 years is now spending his days in court. He filed a lawsuit against his former employer in an employment law situation that occurred when his pension maxed out. He says, from…

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2 kinds of sexual harassment in California employment law

Sexual harassment in the workplace in California has become acknowledged as a persistent problem. However, there are still times when a person might not be aware when there is a violation of state employment law with the sexual harassment. There…

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LAPD cop says military service led to employment law violations

There are numerous forms of employment law violation in California and people who believe they are being mistreated in any way have the right to lodge a complaint and seek compensation through a lawsuit. While there are many ways in…

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