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September 11, 2022 11 2022
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Pregnancy is supposed to be a time of joy for you and your family; however, employers don’t always see it that way. Some will fire or treat you unfairly because you’re pregnant— and that’s illegal in the state of California and directly in violation of EEOC’s Title VII. Besides your career and finances, pregnancy discrimination… Read More

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March 21, 2022 21 2022
Azadian Law Group

Most employment in California functions under the terms of at-will employment law. The at-will employment law aims to ensure employees have the right to leave a job they no longer want without repercussions while providing employers the control to exercise hiring and firing decisions at their discretion. The core of the at-will employment law is… Read More

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February 15, 2022 15 2022
Azadian Law Group

Employment law can be confusing, and for many employees in California, it can seem one-sided in favor of employers. Being fired from a job can be a traumatic experience that leads to personal and economic uncertainty. While many employers base their firing decisions on pragmatic concerns and give underperforming employees multiple chances to improve, they… Read More

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February 14, 2022 14 2022
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Wrongful termination occurs whenever an employer fires an employee illegally. While the at-will employment law of California generally provides expansive flexibility for employers when it comes to hiring and firing employees, employers may not violate employment contracts, nor may they fire employees for reasons that are illegal. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and various… Read More

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February 11, 2022 11 2022
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Workplace gossip is relatively common throughout many organizations in California. While many rumors and other bits of gossip disappear as quickly as they manifest, some whispers in the workplace can amount to defamatory, false accusations. Unfortunately, some people will use the power of an accusation to diminish the standing of others, sometimes for personal gain… Read More

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July 20, 2021 20 2021
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Ask A Wrongful Termination Lawyer: Discrimination Against Asian Americans At Work In The Covid-19 Era And The #StopAsianHate Movement   In 2020-2021, our employment lawyers have handled numerous discrimination cases on behalf of employees wrongfully terminated or treated poorly at work due to their race. We have handled these cases in Los Angeles Superior Court,… Read More

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February 22, 2021 22 2021
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Ask a Wrongful Termination Lawyer: Can My Employer Require I Get A COVID-19 Vaccine? You may be wondering if it is “legal” for your California employer to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment.  The short answer is “yes” — an employer can mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for employees. On December 16, 2020,… Read More

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May 6, 2019 6 2019
Azadian Law Group

Azadian Law Group, PC Named “Best Employment Lawyers In Pasadena”:  The Los Angeles employment attorneys and wrongful termination lawyers at the Azadian Law Group, PC are pleased to announce that our law firm was named “Best Employment Lawyers In Pasadena” by Three Best Rated®. Three Best Rated® was created with the simple goal of finding… Read More

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October 13, 2017 13 2017
Azadian Law Group

On October 12, 2017, Governor Jerry Brown, signed a new California Employment Law (California Labor Code 432.3). This new California employment law protects employees in three ways. First, an employer may not ask a job applicant’s salary history and cannot try to find out that information from other sources. Second, an employer may not rely on an… Read More

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April 7, 2017 7 2017
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A sports commentator who was fired for using racist language in January has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against his former employer ESPN. The case stemmed from alleged racist remarks made during the Australian Open match between US tennis star Venus Williams and Stephanie Voegele. “Guerilla” or “Gorilla”? In a comment about Williams’ playing style,… Read More

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