Racial Harassment Lawsuit Filed Against Mitsubishi Electric, U.S., Inc. by California Civil Rights Law Group

September 9, 2020

“No one should have to trade their dignity and self-respect for a paycheck.” –Larry Organ, Founding Partner, California Civil Rights Law Group On behalf of four Black employees, the California Civil Rights Law Group today filed a lawsuit claiming racial harassment, discrimination and retaliation against Mitsubishi Electric, U.S., Inc. in the Superior Court in the […] Read More

Attorney Navruz Avloni Makes Partner

February 2, 2019

February 2, 2019 – San Francisco, California. California Civil Rights Law Group, a law firm specializing in employment law including discrimination, wrongful termination, and sexual harassment, is proud to announce that attorney Navruz Avloni has made partnership status. Avloni brings a passion for justice and the law to the firm plus strong organizational skills. It […] Read More

Navruz Avloni Selected by SuperLawyers Top Bay Area Employment Law Attorney

July 14, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, is proud to announce that attorney Navruz Avloni has earned the designation “Rising Star” by SuperLawyers. SuperLawyers is a rating service using a patented selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. It identifies outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of […] Read More

Supreme Court Hears Divided Oral Arguments in Case Involving Mandatory Arbitration

October 22, 2017

Editor’s Note. As discrimination attorneys representing people throughout the Bay Area – from San Francisco to Oakland, Berkeley to Palo Alto and between – we receive many complaints from employees concerning possible employment discrimination up to and including wrongful termination. In this blog post, we review some new actions of the Trump administration and various […] 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