Fighting for Your Rights

Dealing with an unfair employer can be difficult—even frightening. It may feel like your employer holds all the cards. They don't and we'll stand up for your rights. Read more

Fight employment discrimination

Discrimination is not only wrong, it is illegal. Fortunately, there are both state and federal laws that protect employees. Read more

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As the employee, you cannot control if discrimination happens to you, but you can familiarize yourself with the general types of discrimination and take appropriate legal action. Each employment-related law contains different protections and mechanisms for enforcement. Will you benefit from guidance?
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Wage & Hour

Are you receiving the wage and hour benefits you deserve? Should you speak with a wage and hour law lawyer? If you believe you are not being treated fairly by your employer here in California, you can benefit from a free consultation with an experienced wage and hour law attorney at Kingsley & Kingsley.
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Sexual Harassment

Are you a victim of sexual harassment? Sexual harassment can occur when a supervisor demands sexual favors from a subordinate in return for positive job treatment (or threats of negative consequences if the employee refuses to comply). Sexual harassment need not only be based on this type of quid pro quo activity. Continue reading...

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Our attorneys work in a variety of practice areas throughout California, with a central focus on helping the injured or mistreated individual who has suffered abuse at the hands of an employer, insurance company, or corporate entity. Our experienced lawyers work to level the playing field and fight for your rights.
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Kingsley & Kingsley

  • New EEOC and OFCCP Guidance Focuses...

    Sex Discrimination
    Late last month, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued updated guidance on sex discrimination. The EEOC’s updated guidance came in the form of new fact sheets addressing equal […]

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    SCOTUS Criticizes Labor Department ...

    Overtime Regulations
    The Supreme Court ruled on June 20, 2016, that the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) 2011 regulation removing a long-standing exemption to overtime pay for auto service advisors was “procedurally defective.” In a 6-2 opinion, the Court stated the […]

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    California Labor Officials Will Now...

    Part of Budget Bill Expands Labor Officials’ Involvement in PAGA Claims
    PAGA Claims – Senate Bill 836 was approved by the California Legislature on June 15, 2016 and Governor Jerry Brown on June 27, 2016.  This “trailer budget bill” included a […]

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  • EEOC Seeks Input by July 1, 2016 on...

    Public Input Sought on Proposed Enforcement Guidance on National Origin Discrimination
    The 30-day input period ends on July 1, 2016
    The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced earlier this month that it has voted to release for public input a proposed […]

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    EEOC Increases Penalty For Violatio...

    EEOC posting requirements – the law requires an employer to post notices describing the Federal laws prohibiting job discrimination based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, equal pay, disability and genetic information. Effective July 5, 2016, the Equal […]

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    Former Oracle Employee Sues for Ret...

    Earlier this month, Oracle was sued by a former senior finance manager who claims she was terminated in retaliation for complaining about improper accounting practices in its cloud services business. In a complaint filed with the U.S. District Court in […]

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