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Reasonable Accommodation in the Workplace California

Disabled employees and applicants often face intentional discrimination resulting from bias against their disabilities. Although Californians are largely familiar with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), California law provides California employees greater workplace protections against disability discrimination and harassment.  The Fair Employment & Housing Act (“FEHA”) prohibits discrimination based on ...

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Oakland Rent Ordinance Basics

The Oakland Rent Ordinance consists of a rent control component, which protects tenants from drastic rent increases, and a just cause for eviction component, which limits when a landlord may serve an eviction. Despite providing tenants numerous protections, the Oakland Rent Ordinance does not cover every tenancy. Continue reading to ...

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The Unemployed Employee: Claiming California Unemployment Benefits After Hours Cut

California’s Unemployment Insurance program is not just for individuals completely out of work.  Even employed individuals can be “unemployed” for purposes of obtaining UI benefits.  Obtaining UI benefits while still employed is helpful when someone experiences a reduction in their hours or has been thrust into part-time work and have been unable ...

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How to Apply for UI Benefits in California 2019

Applying for unemployment benefits in California is easy and can be completed online.  Alternatively, you can apply for unemployment benefits in California by telephone, mail, or fax. Continue reading to learn how you can quickly obtain your unemployment benefits in California. Applying for Unemployment Benefits in California Online To apply for ...

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Spotting Broker Churning: Protecting Your Investment Account from Excessive Broker Trading

In discretionary accounts, brokers have the power to transact with their client’s assets freely. Although brokers typically act responsibly, sometimes brokers abuse client confidence for personal gain. Churning occurs when a broker buys or sells investments, such as stocks, in a customer’s account to generate excessive commission.  It is a breach of the ...

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