Graffiti Found at the Scene of a California Mosque Fire Reminds Us that Islamophobia Is Alive and Well in California

May 9, 2019

Not two weeks after the Christchurch mosque shootings in New Zealand that killed fifty worshippers, graffiti referencing the terror attack was found at the site of an arson in Escondido, California last week. The event is being investigated as a possible hate crime. Read More

An Unanswered Question: “Can I Refuse to Serve Trump Supporters?”

July 26, 2018

Since the 2016 election, the issue of when a business can refuse to serve a customer has become particularly significant. Despite a multitude of news articles and court cases, much remains unclear. For example, can California businesses discriminate against customers for political reasons? Other states seem to allow it. A New York City bar called The […] Read More

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

November 9, 2017

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