Leading Oakland Employment Law Attorneys, CA Civil Rights Group Announces Review Successes on Google and Yelp

January 11, 2019

San Francisco, California – January 11, 2019. California Civil Rights Law Group, a law firm specializing in employment law including discrimination, wrongful termination, and sexual harassment, is proud to announce new, positive reviews on third-party review sites such as Google and Yelp. Read More

CA Civil Rights Law Group, a Team of Bay Area Sexual Harassment Lawyers, Announces New Post on Sexual Harassment at Work

September 30, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, a leading San Francisco Bay Area law firm focused on sexual harassment, is proud to announce a short and to-the-point post about sexual harassment to its blog. Read More

Racism Persists in the American Education System

April 27, 2018

The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) released the new set of data for the 2015-2016 school year on this past Tuesday. The data, referred to as the Civil Rights Data Collection (“CRDC”), covers a swath of variables that impact education equity in all public schools and school districts in the United States. […] Read More

Civil Rights Lawyers File Race Harassment Class Action Lawsuit against Tesla

November 13, 2017

Today, the California Civil Rights Law Group, with Bryan Schwartz Law, filed a race discrimination class action lawsuit in Alameda County against Tesla, Inc. Attorneys at these firms maintain that, despite both verbal and written complaints to upper management and Human Resources of race-based harassment at the Tesla factory in Fremont, the company failed to […] Read More

Stop the Department of Education from Rolling Back Protections for Young Women

September 20, 2017

Editor’s Note: As leading San Francisco Bay Area  sexual harassment attorneys, here is an update on recent potential changes by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. If you think you may have experienced sexual harassment, please reach out for an attorney consultation. With offices in Oakland and San Anselmo, as well as consultations available over the phone / […] Read More

Searle’s Star Power Shines a Light on Campus Sexual Harassment

August 29, 2017

Editor’s Note: As leading San Francisco Bay Area  sexual harassment attorneys, here is an update on a Berkeley sexual harassment lawsuit. If you think you may have experienced sexual harassment, please reach out for an attorney consultation. With offices in Oakland and San Anselmo, as well as consultations available over the phone / Skype, a confidential […] Read More

Any Pardon of Joe Arpaio is an Insult to our Constitution

August 23, 2017

Editor’s Note: As San Francisco Bay Area civil rights and discrimination attorneys, we often get queries from the public about civil rights issues in the news. In this post we address President Donald Trump’s recent hints that he may pardon former Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who is currently in jail for violating the civil rights of Americans in […] Read More

Employment Attorney Larry Organ Named to Super Lawyers for Sixth Consecutive Year

March 6, 2015

The results are in. And for the sixth year in a row, our very own Larry Organ has been named to the 2015 Northern California Super Lawyers. Every year, the Thomson Reuters organization selects “outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.” Following an […] Read More

African American Employee Sues Alabama Based Employer for Racial Harassment

January 22, 2014

Last Friday, the California Civil Rights Law Group – in partnership with The Armstrong Law Firm – filed a lawsuit in Alameda County on behalf of a Livermore-based employee who claims he was subjected to a steady stream of racial harassment over the course of three years at Vulcan Materials Co. Gordon Tillman, who is […] Read More

Gay Civil Rights Momentum in 2013 Historic Year for LGBT Rights with More Efforts Needed

October 14, 2013

I had the honor of co-authoring this article with employment attorney Kelly Armstrong of The Armstrong Law Firm. The article was originally published by the American Association of Justice in the fall 2013 edition of its Connections Count newsletter (PDF). Following the Supreme Court’s rulings on the Defense of Marriage Act (1 U.S.C. § 7 […] Read More