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One of the most challenging aspects of California employment laws is worker classification. While this may seem minor, the California Department of Labor Standards Enforcement estimates that worker misclassification results in losses of about $7 billion per year for the...

Every year, about 400,000 individuals file personal injury claims across the nation. Of those cases, only about 4% will ever reach court. The vast majority of them will get resolved outside of court through a settlement. So, how does a settlement happen? It...

Wrongful termination is an issue that runs rampant among unemployed individuals. Proving Wrongful Termination Because most employees are categorized as at-will employment, this means that they can quit at any time. For instance, an employee cannot be fired for whistleblowing or refusing to...

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