San Francisco Bay Area Law Firm, California Civil Rights Law Group, Announces Resource Post on Sexual Assault

May 1, 2020

California Civil Rights Law Group, a San Francisco Bay Area law firm specializing in sexual harassment litigation, announces a new resource post on sexual assault. The new post provides quick questions and answers on common misconceptions with respect to sexual assault. In addition, it advises persons in the San Francisco Bay Area that they have […] Read More

Best Employment Lawyers in San Francisco, 2020? We’re #Honored and #Proud

April 7, 2020

The California Civil Rights Law Group celebrates and congratulates the Team on receiving the Expertise award for Best Employment Lawyers in San Francisco 2020. Selection criteria include: Reputation–a history of delighted customers and outstanding service; Credibility—Building customer confidence with licensing accreditations, and awards; Experience—Masters of their craft, based on years of practical experience and education; […] Read More

Art in the Age of Black Power: Remarks on a San Francisco Art Exhibit

March 16, 2020

This past weekend we treated ourselves to a visit to San Francisco’s de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park, an outing we have been meaning to take for a number of months. We were moved by the current exhibit, Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-83. This internationally acclaimed exhibition […] Read More

Looking Forward to 2020

December 31, 2019

The turn of the seasons and close of the year brings time to reflect on past triumphs and losses and look to new challenges. 2019 brought tumult and conflict as well as victories and celebrations. For the California Civil Rights Law Group, the beginning of the year was cause for jubilation as we celebrated the […] Read More

Office Parties and Potential Harassment – Views from a Sexual Harassment Law Firm

December 21, 2019

We were enjoying a mid-week lunch in a local San Francisco Bay Area restaurant in early December and were distracted by a raucous outburst from fellow patrons. An extended table of 15-20 guests wearing the unmistakable sparkle of a holiday office celebration. They were playing some kind of white elephant gift exchange game that involved […] 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

Ninth Circuit Hears Argument Never Before Made in Federal Court

May 24, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, has filed an appeal to the 9th Circuit in Lambert v. Tesla and the filing of its opening brief in the case. The civil rights attorneys are making an argument no other attorney has made before in any federal court. The lawsuit involves alleged civil rights violations involving racial discrimination […] Read More

More Courts Recognize Federal Protections for LGBT People

March 15, 2018

In 1964, Congress enacted a civil rights law prohibiting discrimination in numerous areas, including in employment. The section prohibiting employment discrimination, known as Title VII, protected employees from not being hired, being fired, and not being promoted because of their race, color, religion, sex or national origin. Read More

CA Civil Rights Law Group, Announces Plans for New Office

March 1, 2018

Currently, the firm has physical office space in both Oakland and San Anselmo, but has been involved in many high profile cases in San Francisco on issues such as sexual harassment and racial discrimination. Read More

Lawsuit Filed 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.The case has been filed in the Northern District of California […] Read More