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Monthly Archives: April 2021

ADA

Can My Employer Ask for Proof of Disability?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

If you have a disability, you probably know that federal and state laws protect you from discrimination at work. The most notable law that provides protections to disabled employees is the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). However, employees who have a disability may wonder, “Can my employer ask for proof of my disability?” If… Read More »

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What Are California’s Laws on Rounding Work Hours in Employment?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

If you work in California, you have a reasonable expectation of getting paid by your employer for every minute you work. However, if your employer does not compensate you for every minute you work for them – the practice is known as “rounding work hours” – you may wonder whether you can sue your… Read More »

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Zein E. Obagi, Jr. Examines Amazon’s Treatment Of Its Drivers

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

LOS ANGELES (April 7, 2021) — In light of e-commerce giant Amazon apologizing to a U.S. congressman after falsely denying that some of its drivers are forced at times to urinate in plastic bottles, acclaimed litigation attorney Zein E. Obagi, Jr. is making it clear that the practice is not only inhumane, but unacceptable… Read More »

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Can I Sue My Employer for Not Giving Me Meal & Rest Breaks?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Many employees in California are not aware of their rights to meal and rest breaks. Under federal law, there is no requirement for employers to give their employees meal and rest breaks. However, employers in California are required to offer certain workers break periods. So, when it comes to whether you can sue your… Read More »

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Can My Employer Retaliate Against Me for Reporting a California Labor Law Code Violation?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Under California’s whistleblower protection laws, employees have a right to report labor law code violations and make wage and hour claims without facing retaliation. Despite the protections, however, many employers retaliate against employees who report labor law violations in the workplace or cooperate in investigations conducted by government or law enforcement agencies. If you… Read More »

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