What Are The Various Types Of Discriminatory Harassment?

Online harassment which can provide the basis for an employee lawsuit against an employer who permits or the harassment or fails to stop or monitor the harassment after becoming aware of the improper conduct includes: According to I-Sight, a business software company, discriminatory harassment focuses on the intent ...

Employers who Use Exclusionary Facebook Online Ad Practices Are Being Sued for Age Discrimination

According to the National Law Review, one important case that is expected to review employee rights includes online advertisement practices which profile younger applicants. “The Communications Workers of America (“CWA”) filed Communications Workers of America v. T-Mobile US, et al. in May 2018, as a proposed ...

Frequently Asked Questions about Sexual Harassment. What Type of Training is Required?

FAQ About Sexual Harassment in the Workplace This is a follow-up to our first article on when employers must train their workers about sexual harassment in California. This article explains what training is required by the California California Department of Fair Housing and Employment. What training do employe...

Frequently Asked Questions about Sexual Harassment. When is Training Required?

The California Department of Fair Housing and Employment has a list of questions and answers for workers who are concerned about sexual harassment in the workplace. The best course of action is to schedule an appointment with an experienced California sexual harassment lawyer. A skilled lawyer will answer your question...

New Wrongful Termination Case Filed Against Mattel By Danz Law

In a recent case, our firm filed an employment termination case in LA Superior Court. The case asserts that the plaintiff who worked for a company, Mattel, Inc. for just short of 50 years has the right to file his claim under the Fair Employment and Housing Act ("FEHA"), codified at California Government Code, Section...

Fashion Retailer To Pay $3.5M To Button Up EEOC Probe

Cato Corporation, a Seller of Women’s Fashions, Agrees to $3.5 Million Payment of EEOC Investigation The EEOC, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently announced that Cato Corporation was settling EEOC allegations for millions. The settlement resolves charges that Cato mistreated pregnant employees and mistr...

UCLA Oncologist Wins $13 Million Sex Discrimination case

UCLA Oncologist Wins $13 Million Sex Discrimination case A Los Angeles Superior Court jury found that a female cancer researcher, Dr. Lauren Pinter-Brown, was treated unequally by her male colleagues. From 2005 to 2015, Doctor Pinter-Brown’s research focused on lymphoma. According to a CBS Los Angeles story. Doctor ...

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: The Problem with Reporting it to HR As all of us at Stephen Danz & Associates look forward to 2018, with new employment laws, rules and priorities. A few yellow flags and warnings follow. This is important reading for anyone facing sexual harassment by a boss, co worker or eve...

Appeal of a Seven Million Dollar Sexual Harassment and Wrongful Termination Verdict against Yoga Master Bikram Choudhury Dismissed

Las year Minakshi Jafa-Bodden obtained a near $7 million verdict against Bikram Choudhury. Ms. Jafa-Boden was in the in-house counsel for the yoga guru. Ms. Jafa-Bodden brought the lawsuit in 2013 claiming that the guru repeatedly harassed women at work including herself. She claimed students massaged her and asked to ...

Disability Discrimination Victory of $1,000,000 for a Deputy Fire Chief in San Diego and Associational Disability Discrimination Claim against California Trucking Company

As some of California’s leading attorneys, Stephen Danz & Associates are proud to represent hundreds of California residents spanning San Diego to Sacramento in their pursuit of justice against discrimination.  We start off this blog post by a report from our San Diego Employment Attorneys about an ex-deputy fir...