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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Discrimination

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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Contact Us

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

  • Seventh Circuit Rules – Titl...

    Employment Law Update Regarding Sexual Orientation Discrimination
    The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled that Title VII does not protect against sexual orientation discrimination.  The Seventh Circuit ruling is the first by a federal circuit to address […]

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  • EEOC Issues Fact Sheet on Employmen...

    The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) releases a one-page fact sheet and participates in a cross-agency initiative to inform young workers about employment discrimination.
    Summary
    On July 22, 2016, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Chair Jenny Yang and Commissioner […]

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  • Dealing With Employment Law and Unp...

    Employee Unpaid Wage Issues in California
    California employers in cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles sometimes violate employment laws resulting in unpaid wage issues for employees. Employment law takes into account unpaid wage issues and related problems such as: failure to pay the minimum wage, […]

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  • Labor Department Increases Penaltie...

    ERISA Violations – On June 30, 2016, the US Department of Labor (DOL) issued an interim final rule (IFR) that significantly increases their fines and civil penalties the Department assesses for violations of ERISA, FLSA, FMLA and OSHA. The Labor Department […]

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  • California Federal Court Denies Sum...

    Concerning a disability accommodation case, a federal district court in California held that an employer might have violated its obligations under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) when it simply told an employee to return to his doctor to […]

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  • EEOC Issues Revised EEO-1 Report Re...

    On July 13, 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published a revised version of a proposed rule to broaden the scope of data collected in the EEO-1 report. The revised proposal contains some key changes such as changing the […]

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