The Difference Between a Free Consultation and Free Advice
Our office receives calls and emails from distressed workers each and every day. The problems these employees face often include workplace harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination. Some folks understandably feel like they’re at the end of their rope after years spent working with jerks. Regardless of whether these potential clients have a case that will
Should I File for a Right to Sue Letter on My Own, Or Should I Have an Attorney Help Me?
For a person who’s never pursued legal action against an employer, it might come as a surprise that one actually needs to obtain a “right-to-sue” letter. This is America after all. Isn’t everyone born with the right to sue whoever they want? As with all areas of the law, the answer is deeply complicated. This
The Bohm Law Group Secures Important Appellate Victory for Employee in Published Ninth Circuit Opinion
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has abrogated its own precedent, and expanded the rights of Plaintiffs to have standing to sue under 42 USC §1985(2). The Bohm Law Group’s Lead Appellate Counsel, Zane Hilton, successfully argued that his client, Dr. Christian Head, should be able to maintain a §1985(2) conspiracy
Bohm Law Group Secures Important Appellate Victory on Behalf of Disabled State Employee.
On March 28 2019, The Third District Court of Appeal released an opinion in John Barrie v. the California Department of Transportation, which restored a Nevada County jury’s $3 Million verdict for a state worker who was harassed and discriminated against because of his perfume allergy. (C085175) Trial Victory & Verdict Reduction In April of
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Valley Med Psychiatrist Jan Weber Wins $1.5 Million in Wrongful Termination Case