Earlier this year, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (FEHA) updated certain sections of the California Code of Regulations dealing with gender expression in the workplace. Known as a rulemaking action by the Fair Employment and Housing Council (FEHC), the updates went into effect this past July. This article was written to briefly discuss
Most of us have been there. While engaged in the tedious process of filling out a job application — painstakingly listing carefully chosen references, straining to remember phone numbers and emails, and detailing work history — we finally get to a page asking for the details of our salary history. In addition to being faced
The Bohm Law Group‘s work on behalf of Meghan Frederick has been featured prominently in the news recently. Here are a few of the stories! http://www.outbeatnews.com/show-notes-november-26-2017/ http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/the-state-worker/article168993672.html http://fox40.com/2017/09/05/transgender-corrections-officer-files-anti-discrimination-hostile-workplace-lawsuit-against-state/ http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2017/09/06/transgender-lawsuit-cdcr/ https://ww2.kqed.org/news/2017/08/29/transgender-guard-sues-state-prison-system-officials-deny-allegations-of-harassment/ https://transgender.news/meghan-frederick/ http://www.newnownext.com/transgender-prison-guard-suing-harassment/08/2017/ http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/state/california/article168993672.html http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/24/transgender-prison-guard-suing-california-over-discrimination/
Are you thinking about quitting your job? Maybe you’ve worked there 5 years, 5 months, or 5 days. It doesn’t really matter. Before you make the decision to quit your job you have to understand that, in many respects, you’re making a legal decision. A legal decision that could affect whether or not you’ll be
Trial lawyer Lawrance Bohm already represents former employees in high-profile cases against rock star Eddie Money and Olympic snowboarder Shaun White. And he has won some of the largest employment verdicts in legal history. But he still wants to grow his Valley presence at his Woodland Hills law office, aiming to double its size by
Sacramento jurors, in a $1.1 million verdict Wednesday, sided with a state corrections employee who claimed her higher-ups did little or nothing to protect her from threats made by one of her subordinates, then retaliated against her when she complained of the threatening treatment…. To read the entire article about this verdict, head over to the
Lawrance Bohm has appeared on our radar recently with huge crazy verdicts, and stories about his technological prowess have been by him and discussed amongst ourselves… To read The Litigator article in full, click here: A Trip Inside the Mind of Lawrance Bohm.
…[The California Federation of Teachers] has forcefully lobbied to enact strong workplace medical disability and anti-discrimination laws. Yet, a lawsuit in Sacramento Superior Court for wrongful termination and age and gender discrimination describes an alleged Pandora’s Box of practices revealing a disconnect between what union leaders publicly proclaim and privately practice… To read the full