Legal Aid at Work and Disability Rights Advocates have filed a complaint against the Bay Area Rapid Transit, citing their multiple civil rights violations that hurt people with disabilities.
During this webinar, members of the California Fair Pay Collaborative will provide participants with data about the wage gap and the importance of this issue especially for low-income Californians, information about the rights workers have under California’s equal pay law, how to spot a violation of those rights, and what to do to remedy violations.
Discrimination suit against the Kern High School District alleges that the district practices discriminatory discipline and transfer policies that push African American and Latino students out of district schools. The California Rural Legal Assistance legal team, which represents the plaintiffs, announced that the court has allowed a majority of claims in the lawsuit to move […]
Failure to accommodate the disabled poor draws lawsuit against L.A. County Department of Public Social Services.
California legal aid leaders identify reformation of the treatment of formerly incarcerated individuals as necessary to end discrimination and recidivism.
Explain the law (including ADEA) and uses examples to show how the law can be used to protect those facing age discrimination at work.
Provides a basic overview of employment discrimination and harassment laws.