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Important Steps to Take Before Filing a Workplace Discrimination Lawsuit in California
At Romero Law, our experienced Pasadena employment law attorneys know that California workplace discrimination comes in many forms. Whether it is racial discrimination, disability discrimination, or based on someone’s gender or age, it is all illegal. Unfortunately, that does not mean...read more
Can My California Employer Demand Proof for Reasonable Accommodations?
At Romero Law, APC, our experienced Pasadena disability discrimination attorneys know in many cases, it is completely legal for California employers to ask an employee for proof of their disability before granting a request for reasonable accommodations. In some cases, however. It is...read more
What are the Penalties for Misclassifying Employees in California?
At Romero Law, APC, our experienced Pasadena employment law attorneys know that not all California employers who misclassify employees do so intentionally. Sometimes, it is an oversight that occurs from the employer’s misunderstanding of the law. Whether intentional or accidental, employee misclassification is illegal...read more
What is the Definition of Disability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act?
At Romero Law, APC, our experienced Pasadena disability discrimination attorneys know that workplace inequities come in many forms, which is why multiple state and federal statutes exist to protect employees throughout California. Our Los Angeles County employment law attorneys are here to help...read more
What Should Employees Know About the State and Local Minimum Wage Rates Increase in California?
At Romero Law, APC, our experienced Pasadena wage and hour law attorneys know it may be challenging for employees to keep up with ever-changing California minimum wage requirements. However, the complexities do not stop there. California workers should also know employers of every...read more
Is it Illegal for My California Employer to Withhold Overtime Pay?
At Romero Law, APC, our experienced employment law attorneys in Pasadena know that all California employers are required to pay non-exempt workers overtime wages when they work overtime. If you believe you are entitled to overtime pay but are being asked to work...read more