Doe v. Bard College: For Years, Bard College Protected Racial Harassers and Alleged Sexual Predators on NY Campus

August 25, 2022

For Years, Bard College Protected Racial Harassers and Alleged Sexual Predators on its Privileged Upstate New York Campus Attorneys: Larry Organ, Esq (415) 453-4740; Avery Gilbert (845) 380-6265; Annandale-on-Hudson, NY – Bard College: Black guests held at gunpoint.  Reports of sexual assaults that went uninvestigated. Employment decisions based on race. Black and Brown scholarship students […] Read More

CCRLG Stands with the LGBTQIA+ Community

June 30, 2022

As Pride Month 2022 comes to an end, the LGBTQIA+ community has so much to be proud of. But we also have much to fear. Conservative state governments are continuing to push anti-LGBTQ+ bills, many targeting transgender people in particular. The United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in its Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s […] Read More

International Women’s Day: Pursing Justice in the Workplace

March 8, 2022

California Civil Rights Law Group (CCRLG) celebrates International Women’s Day! This Global Day of Recognition takes place every year on March 8 to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. It also marks a call for action to accelerate women’s equality in the workplace. To highlight the day, CCRLG honors the courageous […] Read More

e-Commerce startup Fast facing Gender Discrimination Lawsuit

February 28, 2022

Tessa Kriesel, a former senior manager of developer relations at Fast explains why she’s suing the hot e-commerce startup backed by Stripe, over claims of ‘sex discrimination’ and ‘gaslighting’. Kriesel is represented by California Civil Rights Law Group, an employment law firm known for successfully representing a former Tesla elevator operator in his landmark racial-discrimination lawsuit […] Read More

Diaz v Tesla Overview

February 18, 2022

On October 4, 2021, a Northern California federal jury unanimously found Tesla, Inc. liable for severe and pervasive racial harassment for near daily use of the N-word directed at our client, Owen Diaz. The Jury awarded Mr. Diaz $136.9 million in damages. This verdict of $136.9 million is believed to be the largest jury verdict […] Read More

Employment Discrimination Based on Criminal Justice System Involvement

February 10, 2022

Almost 1/3 of Americans have a history of criminal justice system involvement. These tens of millions of Americans face severe disadvantages when it comes to obtaining essentials such as housing, public benefits, and employment. Over 60% of formerly incarcerated people are unemployed 1 year after release, and even those who are employed make about 40% […] Read More

California Bans Mandatory Arbitration Agreements and Prohibits Employers from Retaliating Against Applicants That Refuse to Sign an Arbitration Agreement

In the United States, it is common for employers to require applicants and existing employees to sign arbitration agreements as a condition of employment or continued employment. As of October 10, 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law California Assembly Bill 51 making it unlawful for California employers to require applicants and employees to sign […] Read More

Former Idyllwild Arts Academy student alleges she was groped by actor during school project

January 18, 2022

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Tesla Can’t Exclude Juror Based On Race, Judge Rules

September 25, 2021

A California federal judge sustained a Batson challenge during jury selection Friday raised by counsel for a Black ex-Tesla worker claiming that the electric vehicle company’s Northern California factory was a hotbed of racial discrimination against African Americans reminiscent of the Jim Crow era. On Friday, attorneys representing former Tesla worker Owen Diaz successfully mounted […] Read More

Tesla’s Worker Discrimination Problem Could Spell Financial Trouble Ahead

September 12, 2021

A pending race-related class-action lawsuit against Tesla could spell financial trouble for the revenue-lean company. Racism at the EV company wasn’t limited to the factories, a Black engineer who left the company describes his experience. Compared to other companies, Tesla has 4Xs as many discrimination cases as its big tech peer Facebook, twice as many […] Read More