Employment Law

Is It Discrimination If My California Employer Keeps Asking About My Pregnancy-Related Conditions?

At Romero Law, APC, our experienced employment law attorneys know the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits discrimination against employees based on pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions. There are typically three critical elements to establishing a pregnancy discrimination claim,...

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What are the Most Common Signs I Have Been Misclassified as an Independent Contractor in California?

At Romero Law, our trusted employment law attorneys in California know that misclassifying workers as independent contractors when they should be classified as employees is a common issue with significant legal and financial implications. In California, the misclassification of workers is taken seriously,...

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What Can I Do If My California Employer is Retaliating Against Me for Taking FMLA Leave?

At Romero Law, our trusted California employment law attorneys know workplace harassment can occur anywhere, in any position, profession, or industry. In some cases, what begins as snide comments from coworkers or supervisors regarding another employee’s use of their Family and Medical Leave...

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New Bill Shifts the Burden of Proof to California Employers in Retaliation Cases

At Romero Law, our trusted employment law attorneys in California work tirelessly to protect our clients from workplace retaliation. It is never fair for someone to report wrongdoing in the workplace only to be punished by their employer for their bravery. Senate...

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New Bill Cites California Employee Workplace Sexual Assault, Harassment, or Discrimination Claims as Privileged Communication

At Romero Law, our trusted employment law attorneys in California want all workers to understand their current rights and when new protections are put in place so they can hold their employers liable for any violations. One of the latest changes to...

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The Official, Legal Goodbye to Non-Compete Agreements in California

At Romero Law, our trusted employment law attorneys in California know the prohibition of non-compete agreements is not new news. However, Senate Bill 699 (SB 699), signed into law by Governor Newsom on September 1, 2023, bolsters California’s prohibition of non-compete agreements in...

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