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Should I Sign a Severance Agreement When I am Fired at Work?

By George Azadian |

Do I have a right to severance if I am fired at work? If they have an employment agreement, certain executives or high-level employees may be contractually entitled to a severance payment. These employment contracts are negotiated prior to the start of employment and provide that the employee will receive a certain amount of… Read More »

Sexual Harassment / Employment Law Retaliation Claims Are On The Rise

By George Azadian |

As the Los Angeles employment lawyers at the Azadian Law Group, PC finish up 2017, we reflect on what an amazing year we had and the clients who we have helped. However, as the year closes out, one thing is certain: Sexual Harassment / Employment Law Retaliation Claims Are On The Rise. It has been… Read More »

How much were you making at your last job? Is now an illegal question to ask a job applicant.

By George Azadian |

On October 12, 2017, Governor Jerry Brown, signed a new California Employment Law (California Labor Code 432.3). This new California employment law protects employees in three ways.  First, an employer may not ask a job applicant’s salary history and cannot try to find out that information from other sources. Second, an employer may not rely on… Read More »

“People Love Us On Yelp” Awarded To Azadian Law Group, PC

By George Azadian |

The Los Angeles Employment Lawyers at the Azadian Law Group, PC are pleased to announce that the law firm has been honored with Yelp’s “People Love Us On Yelp” Award based on our outstanding service to our clients and resulting 5 star reviews. Yelp is the premier website and mobile application for individuals seeking… Read More »

Los Angeles Employment Lawyer, George Azadian, To Speak On LACBA’s Panel Re Navigating Employment Arbitration

By George Azadian |

Los Angeles Employment Lawyer George Azadian Employment Arbitration Lecture:  Based on his impressive results in employment law arbitrations, Los Angeles Employment Lawyer, George Azadian, has been invited to speak at the LA County Bar Association’s June 10th panel on navigating employment arbitration along with the Hon. Enrique Romero (Ret.) and the Hon. Margaret A…. Read More »

76-Year-Old Broker Sues Investment Bank for $5 Million for Age Discrimination

By Azadian Law Group |

Employers used to seek out employees who would remain loyal for years, giving out small tokens of appreciation like desk clocks and watches after each major work anniversary. That is no longer the case at a major U.S. investment bank where the employer fired a broker after 49 years of service and bringing in… Read More »

What Are Your Rights as a Pregnant Employee in California?

By Azadian Law Group |

How is it fair that an employer can discriminate against an employee because they became pregnant? They can’t! Getting fired or being treated differently at work for being pregnant is wrong and illegal. So, what can an you do about it? What Is Pregnancy Discrimination? Both federal and California state laws prohibit employers from… Read More »

Employers Can’t Require Employees to be On-Call during Rest Periods

By Azadian Law Group |

The California Supreme Court recently issued a ruling clarifying the right of workers to rest periods in the case of Augustus vs. ABM Security Services. The clarification arose in a class action lawsuit which claimed that the employer security services provider violated employees’ right to rest period by requiring them to be on-call at… Read More »

Sports Announcer Sues ESPN for Wrongful Termination

By Azadian Law Group |

A sports commentator who was fired for using racist language in January has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against his former employer ESPN. The case stemmed from alleged racist remarks made during the Australian Open match between US tennis star Venus Williams and Stephanie Voegle. “Guerilla” or “Gorilla”? In a comment about Williams’ playing… Read More »

Disability Discrimination in the Workplace Sets New Claims Record

By Azadian Law Group |

Earlier this month, federal officials revealed that they have received a record number of claims dealing with workplace disability-based discrimination. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), charges of workplace bias, based on disability, hit an all-time high for the second year in a row. In 2016, there were nearly 30,000 charges… Read More »

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