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September 2017 Archives

California powerhouse company hit with gender bias lawsuit

The internet giant Google has been sued for gender discrimination, with three women who used to work for the company alleging a system of Google's giving males better positions which lead to better pay. The women are seeking certification as a legal "class" entitled to treat this litigation as a class action suit.

Representing victims of pregnancy discrimination

A previous post on this blog discussed the rights pregnant women have at the workplace. Unfortunately, despite the fact that employers really should no better, many companies in San Diego and throughout California still choose to put profit over doing the right thing and therefore may be reluctant to give pregnant women the rights they have under federal law and the laws of California. In really bad cases, they may even fire or other mistreat a pregnant employee.

Pregnant employees have rights under the law

Although San Diego residents might think that employers would know that they could get in to a lot of trouble for discriminating against a woman because she is expecting or has recently had a child, pregnancy discrimination has been a persistent problem both in California and in other parts of the country.

Overview of the state of covenants not to compete in California

Unlike many if not most states, California law strictly prohibits employers, even those headquartered out of state, from requiring their employees to sign covenants not to compete. California courts will not enforce such provisions written into employment contracts or severance agreements, no matter how reasonable the provisions might seem to be.