Employees can sue their employers for wrongful termination when they believe that their termination violated applicable employment laws or breached their employment contract. The specific circumstances under which an employee can sue for wrongful termination can vary depending on the jurisdiction and the details of the employment relationship. Here are common scenarios in which employees… Continue reading When an Employee Can Sue Employer for Wrongful Termination?
When you know you are being taken advantage of by your employer, you must proactively address the situation and protect your rights. Recognizing when your employer is taking advantage of you is crucial to protect your rights and well-being. Here are some actions you can consider taking with the help of our employment attorney in… Continue reading Tips to Know When Your Employer is Taking Advantage Of You
Car accidents are an unfortunate reality in Los Angeles, and they can happen anytime to anyone. The bustling streets, heavy traffic, and diverse population create a unique driving environment that can be challenging to navigate. In this article, we will explore the common causes of car accidents in Los Angeles and discuss how hiring an… Continue reading Common Causes of Car Accidents in Los Angeles: How an Attorney Can Help
Losing a job can be a distressing and often life-altering experience. However, it becomes even more challenging when you suspect your termination was unlawful. In such cases, hiring a wrongful termination attorney in Los Angeles from JML Law can be your best action to protect your workplace rights. This article will guide you through the… Continue reading Protecting Your Workplace Rights: When Should You Hire a Wrongful Termination Attorney?
The Rising Wave of Wrongful Termination Cases in Los Angeles Los Angeles, the City of Angels, has seen a recent surge in wrongful termination lawsuits, proving once again that even in the realm of employment, vigilance for justice and fairness is paramount. At JML Law, we’ve closely monitored these developments, providing expert legal counsel to… Continue reading Los Angeles Wrongful Termination Updates: A Spotlight on Recent Cases
If you’re an employee in California, you have a legal right to engage in such activities as: Filing complaints regarding harassment, discrimination, etc. Reporting an unsafe workplace to regulatory agencies Cooperating with investigators looking into crimes or violations your employer may be guilty of Those are just a few examples. In California, it is illegal… Continue reading Workplace Retaliation in California: What is an ‘Undesirable Task’?
California’s Labor Code strictly prohibits all forms of workplace harassment and discrimination. If you’ve been the victim of harassment or discrimination, you can take legal action against an employer. One way to build a case is to gather statements from coworkers who can support your allegations. However, in some instances, a victim of mistreatment in… Continue reading Workplace Harassment And Discrimination: What to Do When Your Coworkers Won’t Support You
Racial discrimination in the workplace has been a pervasive problem throughout California’s history. While discrimination can occur in any industry or occupation, some industries and occupations have historically been more prone to discrimination than others. The following are a few key examples: Industries and Occupations with Historical Patterns of Racial Discrimination Manufacturing The manufacturing industry… Continue reading Industries and Occupations With a History of Racial Discrimination Problems
Workplace or employment defamation can have serious negative consequences for the victim, both personally and professionally. Defamation is the act of making false statements that harm someone’s reputation, and it can be particularly damaging in a work environment where a person’s reputation can impact their job prospects, earning potential, and overall well-being. This overview covers… Continue reading How Defamation Can Negatively Impact Your Life
Your reputation can play a critical role in your professional life. If potential employers have heard false rumors about your competence, ethics, etc., your ability to thrive in your chosen career may be limited. Unfortunately, for various reasons, a former employer might make false statements about you that end up having this effect. In California,… Continue reading How a Former Employer May Engage in Defamation in California