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What Are Examples of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace?

Though the topic of sexual harassment has gotten much more attention is recent years, many are confused as to what exactly constitutes sexual harassment in the workplace. How do you recognize it when it happens, and what can you do about it? Below, we discuss some examples of sexual harassment in the workplace, as well as […]

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How to Deal With Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, sexual harassment in the workplace has become a hot button issue. For years, companies have educated their employees on proper conduct and the ramifications of improper conduct, but have only sporadically enforced their own policies. These policies, which are backed by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, […]

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Los Angeles Attorney Awarded for Top Labor & Employment Verdict

Attorney Steven Rubin won the Top Verdict award for his work on Mecredy v. Sonic Industries Inc. that earned the plaintiff $474,004.00 in compensation. Steven Rubin, the founding employment attorney at Rubin Law Corporation, was recently awarded Top Verdict for his work on Mecredy v. Sonic Industries Inc. This accolade recognizes lawyers and law firms […]

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What Employees Should Know About Extended Medical Leave and Their Rights

What traps for the unwary may an employee on extended medical leave face? Our firm recently settled a disability discrimination case against a national company apparently unfamiliar with California medical leave and disability discrimination law. It made every mistake that could be made in respect to disability leave in California. Let’s take a look: Disability […]

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Reporting Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Reporting sexual harassment can be a nerve-wracking process, and you may be fearful of retaliation. What are the risks involved? And how can you prepare your case before reporting the harassment to HR? If you’re dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace, contact Rubin Law Corporation as soon as possible. We can help you protect your rights. […]

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5 Things You Should Know About the Pregnancy Discrimination Act

Although the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) was passed in 1978, many people still face discrimination because of pregnancy and childbirth-related medical conditions. PDA prohibits most employers from discriminating against a woman because it constitutes sex discrimination, which is unlawful under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Together, these two laws protect women […]

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