Racial Discrimination Against Jews? A Federal Court Weighs In
February 7, 2019
According to a lawsuit filed in Louisiana federal court, a man who was raised Jewish but had since converted to Christianity, Joshua Bonadona, was denied a position as a football coach at Louisiana College on the basis of his Jewish descent. Read More
California Civil Rights Law Group, a Leading San Francisco Bay Area Racial Discrimination Law Firm, Filed a Lawsuit Against Taylor Farms on Behalf of 16 Current and Former Employees.
February 25, 2018
California Civil Rights Law Group, a leading San Francisco Bay Area law firm focused on racial discrimination, has filed a lawsuit against Taylor Farms on behalf of 16 Plaintiffs alleging a climate of racial and discriminatory behavior at the company’s manufacturing plant in Tracy, California. Read More
Fired because of your race? Here is what to do
April 15, 2017
You are suddenly fired and distraught about facing unemployment. One thought crossing your mind is, “Was I fired because of my race?” Unfortunately, this may be the case. Although employment discrimination is illegal, employers sometimes still make isions based on the race or color of employees. If you strongly feel that your race was a […] Read More
Race Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against Tesla Motors, Inc.
March 27, 2017
Forty four year-old DeWitt Lambert came from Alabama to start a new life at a dream job in California at Tesla’s Fremont Factory. Instead, he found himself working in a racially charged, sexually hostile and physically abusive environment. Mr. Lambert, on a continuous basis from the summer of 2015 to the spring of 2016, was […] Read More