Case Study: Sexual Harassment at Work

July 29, 2021

California Civil Rights Law Group Wins Sexual Harassment Case Against Car Dealership Based on Harassment by a Customer by Meg Organ Over the next few months, we will present a sampling of the cases CCRLG has brought to closure for our clients. The facts are true, the names have been changed to preserve privacy. Sexual […] Read More

Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act

July 2, 2021

by Meg Organ The California Civil Rights Law Group commemorates the anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, signed into law on July 2nd. This extremely important legislation aimed to end segregation and protect people from discrimination. Today, the 57th anniversary of the passage of that law, provides an opportunity to reflect on what […] Read More

Racism is a Threat to Public Health

April 22, 2021

“Racism is a serious public health threat that directly affects the well-being of millions of Americans.” –Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, Director, CDC The COVID-19 pandemic has made it impossible to ignore how centuries of structural racism have created deep disparities in health outcomes for minority communities. This month, the Center for Disease Control and […] Read More

Protecting Parents: California’s Pregnancy and Parental Leave Laws

April 8, 2021

Bringing and nurturing new life into this world is a time filled with joy and excitement. In California, we have some of the country’s strongest employment leave laws that support and protect parents taking care of their newborns as well as parents welcoming children home through adoption and foster care. The Pregnancy Disability Leave Law […] Read More

Stop Asian Hate

April 1, 2021

Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) have faced a surge of violent attacks, harassment, and hate crimes since the start of the pandemic – especially after President Trump called Covid-19 “the China virus” last March. But racism against the AAPI community has a long history in the United States, spanning back generations. Anti-Asian sentiment, both subtle […] Read More

Equal Pay for All Womxn

March 24, 2021

Equal Pay Day is a symbolic day of awareness of the gender pay gap that continues to wrongfully persist. This day is recognized in many countries throughout the world. Not only does it bring awareness to the severity and scale of gender discrimination, but it challenges us as a society to do better for gender […] Read More

Federal District Court Blocks Executive Order’s Ban on Anti-Discrimination Training

January 21, 2021

On December 22, 2020, a federal district court issued a nationwide preliminary injunction against President Trump’s Executive Order 13950 — Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping, affirming that prohibiting anti-racism and anti-discrimination workplace training may be a violation of the First Amendment. This injunction comes Santa Cruz Lesbian and Gay Community Center, et al. v. Donald […] Read More

COVID-19 Relief for the American Workforce: The Families First Coronavirus Response Act

December 3, 2020

FFCRA: a temporary rule offers American workers & employers protections and relief under the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Acts. Read More

Black Lives Matter, Including at Work

November 14, 2020

Workers of color continue to be discriminated against. These 4 California Laws may aid the pursuit of justice and healing. Read More

Remembering Justice Ginsburg, Looking Forward

The late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg transcended her position as a United States Supreme Court Justice to a national icon. Justice Ginsburg dedicated her career to advancing the law toward gender equality whether she was arguing before the highest court or seated on the other side of the bench. Her gently spoken yet fiery legal […] Read More