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Monthly Archives: June 2021


What To Do If My Employer Says I Need To Sign A Severance Agreement?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

If your employer fires you for whatever reason and asks you to sign a severance agreement to get your final paycheck, you may wonder, “Should I sign the agreement or not?” Usually, a severance agreement states that the departing employee waives their right to file a claim against the employer in exchange for receiving… Read More »

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Is My California Employer Responsible For Third-Party Sexual Harassment?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Suffering sexual harassment is one of the worst and most insidious experiences a person can go through. But when sexual harassment occurs at work, the harasser may not be the only person the victim can sue. In many cases, employers can be held responsible for third-party party sexual harassment. Whether or not you can… Read More »

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What Types Of Sexual Harassment Can Be Grounds For A Lawsuit Against Your Employer?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Awareness is key to combating sexual harassment at work. You need to be able to recognize the different forms of sexual harassment in order to stand up for yourself and respond to any unwelcome sexual harassment with dignity. If you believe that you have been subjected to inappropriate behavior, our attorneys at Obagi Law… Read More »

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What Questions Are Illegal To Ask At A Job Interview In California?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Unfortunately, many employers and employees in California do not know what questions are illegal to ask during a job interview. If you are looking for a job in California, it is vital to understand your rights during the hiring process. If you believe that you were asked an illegal question during a job interview,… Read More »

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