Category Archives: Employment Law

Roxanne Minott

Mandatory Retirement for Partners

Mandatory retirement, or enforced retirement, is the age at which people are required by industry standards or by law to retire from employment. There may be valid reasons for such a requirement—specifically in jobs that involve physical labor or physical … Continue reading

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Matthew Izzi

Changes to California’s ADA Laws Will Result in Fewer Frivolous Lawsuits

The last few years have seen some serious changes in the law that will change how many lawsuits will be filed under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). While that initially may sound unnerving, these changes are designed to deter … Continue reading

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Roxanne Minott

Protection for Employees Claiming Unpaid Wages

Protection of an employee or applicant for employment who engages in protected conduct has been expanded, as of January 1, 2014. Under current law, an employer is forbidden to discharge an employee, or discriminate against an employee or applicant for … Continue reading

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