Leading San Francisco Bay Area Discrimination Law Firm, CA Civil Rights Announces Summer Intern from U.C. Berkeley

August 5, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, a San Francisco Bay Area law firm specializing in discrimination law with offices in San Anselmo, Oakland, and San Francisco, was proud to welcome Saja Spearman-Weaver from the University of California, Berkeley, as the firm’s summer undergraduate intern. Read More

CA Civil Rights Law Group Announces Navruz Avloni Selected by SuperLawyers as a Top Bay Area Employment Law Attorney

July 14, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, a law firm specializing in employment law including discrimination, wrongful termination, and sexual harassment at https://www.civilrightsca.com/, is proud to announce that attorney Navruz Avloni has earned the designation “Rising Star” by SuperLawyers. Read More

The EEOC and the DFEH: Compare and Contrast in the Employment Law Context — PART TWO

January 15, 2018

Introduction Are you being sexually harassed at work? Have you experienced sex-based or racial discrimination at the hands of your supervisor? Did your employer retaliate against you because you need workplace accommodations for your disability? Whenever someone in California experiences harassment or discrimination at work, they are barred from filing a lawsuit in civil court […] 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