New Support for Victims of Sexual Harassment and Other Forms of Harassment…and An End to Mandatory Arbitration Agreements

October 25, 2019

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law key bills providing protections for employees vis-a-vis sexual harassment. Read More

Legal News: Governor Newsom Grants Reprieves for California Death Row Inmates

April 7, 2019

Just recently, Governor Gavin Newsom stated his intention to sign an executive order granting a reprieve to all 737 death row inmates in California—home to the largest death row population in the Western Hemisphere. This is especially staggering as it is twice the size of Florida’s, the next largest population. It should be noted, however, […] Read More

CA Civil Rights Law Group, Featured in New York Times

July 24, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, a San Francisco Bay Area law firm specializing in sexual harassment litigation, is proud to announce that firm attorney, Larry Organ, was recently quoted in the New York Times. Read More

Larry Organ Selected by SuperLawyers as a Top San Francisco Bay Area Litigation Attorney

July 5, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, is proud to announce that lead attorney, Larry Organ, has been selected by SuperLawyers as a top San Francisco Bay Area employment law and litigation attorney. SuperLawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional […] Read More

Trump’s DOJ Faces Off Against the U.S. EEOC on the Meaning of Sex Discrimination under Title VII

October 13, 2017

Editor’s Note. As discrimination attorneys here in the San Francisco Bay Area, we keep a keen eye on litigation affecting workers and workers’ rights. In this blog post, for example, we review recent actions of the Trump administration in litigation concerning wrongful termination. If you feel that you may be facing workplace discrimination and even […] 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

Google Anti-Diversity Memo Employee Has No Case

August 17, 2017

Editor’s Note As San Francisco Bay Area wrongful termination attorneys, we often get queries from the public as to the limits on wrongful termination in employment. The recent controversy at Google over former employee James Damore and his “screed” on gender issues at Google brings up an interesting question. What is the potential for a […] Read More

What is Whistleblowing?

June 19, 2017

In order to make sure employers aren’t doing anything illegal, California encourages employees to report violations of state or federal laws to supervisors or government agencies. California wants to protect employees who “blow the whistle” on their boss’ bad behavior, and “whistleblower” statutes make it illegal for employers to fire, demote, or punish employees for […] Read More