Is Pregnancy Discrimination in Employment a “Substantial Factor” In a wrongful termination? by Melanie Porter, San Diego Office, Danz & Associates

Recent California Supreme Court Opinion in Harris v. City of Santa Monica Clarifies Standards of Proof in Employment “Mixed Motive” Cases and Limits Damages Available to Employees On February 7, 2013, the California Supreme Court handed down a long-anticipated unanimous ruling in Harris v. City of Santa ...

Your computer and workplace privacy

California's State Constitution provides very broad protections for California resident's privacy. (Article 1, Section 1). Many "tough" decisions have to be made by the courts when the rights of citizens to their reasonable expectations of privacy clash head-on with the employer's interest in protecting trade s...

California Employee Privacy Issues

Our law firm represents employees who claim discrimination based on age, sex, race, religion, or are whistle blowers reporting state or federal financial fraud. In many of the initial client interviews, we hear evidence of collateral wrongs such as invasion of privacy. This can be particularly true when the Cal...

Salary Information Sharing

If you work in a company that provides co-worker salary information to you (which means your salary is also shared with your co workers), then thank the start-up and high tech industries of Silicon Valley for this new development. A leading pioneer in open salary data, SumAll, is a company whose core business i...