Legal Protections for California Employees Enduring Disability Discrimination for Mental Health Conditions

Our experienced California employment law attorneys at Romero Law, APC know workplace disability discrimination is not always based on physical conditions. Disability discrimination can also be targeted toward employees with mental health conditions. Unfortunately, mental health conditions are often stigmatized,...

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How Whistleblower Retaliation Impacts Employees Inside & Outside Their California Workplaces

Our experienced California employment law attorneys at Romero Law, APCknow federal and state laws protect individuals who report or participate in making claims to their California employers or government agencies regarding wages, discrimination, sexual harassment, disability, or other discriminatory activities, or...

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‘Organized Crime’ in Pasadena Police Department?

A lawsuit alleging ‘gang’ activity, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and fraud involving public funds has been filed against PPD. The Pasadena Police Department (PPD) is investigating a lawsuit filed by a lieutenant against the city and another Pasadena Police Department lieutenant....

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Online Story About Police Lieutenant’s Lawsuit Prompts City Response

An online story Saturday about a lawsuit filed by a Pasadena police lieutenant against the City and another lieutenant prompted a response from the City. “The City of Pasadena is aware of the allegations Lt. De Sylva has raised in...

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The Deadline for California Employer Pay Data Reporting is May 10, 2023

At Romero Law, APC our California employment law attorneys know all private California employers with 100 or more employees — with at least one employee in California — are required by law to report pay and demographic data to the California Civil Rights...

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California Job Applicants and Employees Share the Same Workers’ Rights

Our California employment law attorneys at Romero Law know there are multiple questions that employers may not ask applicants during the interview process. However, as more California workers pursue their rights to switch jobs, and apply for new employment positions, they may...

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