California Civil Rights Law Group Announces Post on Civil Rights Leaders

June 2, 2020

San Francisco, California – June 1, 2020. California Civil Rights Law Group, a leading law firm focused on discrimination and workplace harassment litigation in the San Francisco Bay Area, is proud to announce a new, short post commemorating two important civil rights leaders, Yuri Kochiyama and Malcolm X. The post explains that the two leaders […] Read More

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

Sexual Assault: Common Misconceptions and Helpful Resources

April 21, 2020

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. US government statistics tell us that more than 1 in 3 women and nearly 1 in 4 men have experienced sexual violence involving physical contact at some point in their lives. According to one study published by the National Institutes of Health, 76% of patients reporting to a […] 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

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

Two New Team Members

September 27, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, a San Francisco Bay Area law firm specializing in sexual harassment and discrimination, is proud to announce two new team members. The growing law firm has established a reputation as one of the Bay Area’s best teams of lawyers in the areas of sexual harassment and discrimination law. Read More

What Voting Rights Do I Have in the Workplace?

September 17, 2018

With the 2018 midterm elections approaching, California voters are looking forward to casting their votes. However, many employees don’t know their voting rights in the workplace. Each year, thousands of Californians give up their right to vote out of fear for losing their jobs or missing out on needed pay. Read More

Am I Likely to Get Sexually Harassed at Work?

September 14, 2018

It would be nice if we could observe our co-workers for a day or two and then name those who are likely to engage in sexual harassment. Researchers have tried to do exactly that. Unfortunately, the conclusion they reach is that characteristics do not determine this propensity as much as the work environment itself. Sure, […] Read More

CA Civil Rights Law Group, Featured in New York Times

July 24, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, a San Francisco Bay Area law firm specializing in sexual harassment litigation, is proud to announce that firm attorney, Larry Organ, was recently quoted in the New York Times. The article, entitled, “A Fight for Men’s Rights, in California Courts,” was published on July 13, 2018, and discussed the so-called […] Read More

#ustoo: Disabled Women and Sexual Assault

July 17, 2018

College students with disabilities are more likely to be sexually assaulted than non-disabled students. The National Council on Disability (NCD) study on this topic was the first of its kind; past studies by federal agencies and task forces did not include disability as a demographic category. This left a gap—and it turns out a significant […] Read More