When one thinks of sexual harassment at work, the visual that comes to mind is a boss or co-worker being the offender. However, a customer or client may be the person treating the worker improperly. Depending on the situation, reporting such issues to management may be even more difficult than reporting on a supervisor or… Read More
Can an Employer Be Found Liable For The Sexual Harassment of Its Employees By Customers or Clients?
October 28, 2019,
Drug Testing for Parents in Family Court
October 18, 2019,
New Changes to Response Times for Unlawful Detainer Actions
October 4, 2019,
In California, when a landlord wants a tenant to vacate their leased premises, a landlord may have to have court involvement and file an unlawful detainer (“UD”) action to have the tenant removed. A UD action can be initiated for a variety of things, but the most common actions stem… Read More