The Kaufman Law Firm
The Kaufman Law Firm Represent the victims of Employment and Labor law through out the Westlake Village California. The firm has recovered over $50 million on behalf of wronged employees. Call at 818-990-1999 today.
The Kaufman Law Firm 818-990-1999
4195 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd, Suite 250 Westlake Village CA 91362
Westlake Village (818) 990-1999
Los Angeles (310) 981-3404
California’s Harsher Penalties for Hour and Wage Violations On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Wage & Hour Law on Saturday, March 16, 2019. California’s wage and hour laws are more favorable to workers than federal wage and hour laws, which means that California businesses are subject to harsher standards and penalties for violations than businesses in other states that simply adopt federal wage …
Dealing With Wrongful Termination On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Wrongful Termination on Saturday, March 9, 2019. California is an At-Will employment state. This means that your employer can ask you to sign a document that states that you can be let go for whatever reason at any time. Doesn’t that make you feel secure in your …
Discrimination In A Night Club On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Discrimination on Saturday, March 2, 2019. Social situations are hard to navigate sometimes. You enter a bar or nightclub and there are so many people it is hard to strike up a conversation. Now that the #Metoo and #Timesup movements are well established, some men are …
Local Appellate Judge Faces Sexual Harassment Allegations On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Sexual Harassment on Saturday, February 23, 2019. A complaint issued by the state Commission on Judicial Performance shows is that Jeffery W. Johnson, a Second District Court of Appeal justice, is facing serious allegations. Among the claims are numerous acts of sexual harassment committed by Justice Johnson …
‘On Call’ Workers Must Be Paid, Court Tells Clothing Retailer On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Wage & Hour Law on Saturday, February 16, 2019. The Second District Court of Appeals in Los Angeles dealt a blow on behalf of working Californians with its recent decision regarding the payment of employees waiting on-call before a possible shift. In its 2-1 decision, the state appeals court …
Bay Area Restaurant to Pay $690K For Withholding Tips, Violating Overtime Laws On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Wage & Hour Law on Saturday, February 9, 2019. The popular eatery Gordo Taqueria has agreed to pay out $690,000 to its workers as a result of a class action claim against it alleging wage violations. This agreement is just one of many recent settlements involving Bay Area restaurant, …
Unpaid Time Versus Time Theft On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Unpaid Overtime on Friday, February 1, 2019. Have you ever heard of time theft? Time theft is defined as an employer not completing work in the time that they are getting paid for. For example, when an employee does not get to work on time but gets …
You Have a Right to Refuse to Do Dangerous Work (If You Get Fired For This, File a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit) On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Wrongful Termination on Friday, January 25, 2019. These days, there are so many different types of jobs in California and all across the United States that it is practically impossible to find two individuals with identical job duties. Each job has its own physical requirements. While some …
Top 5 Discriminatory Practices In The Workplace On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Workplace Discrimination on Saturday, January 19, 2019. There is nothing better than landing the job of your dreams. There is just something about finding a position that allows you to work on your strong skills while honing your weaker characteristics. As a fellow go-getter, finding a job …
How Far Can A California Employer Go With A Background Check? Requesting Medical and Criminal Records On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Workplace Discrimination on Friday, January 11, 2019. It is no secret that employers in California have access to a wide range of personal information of their employees and job applicants. But how far can an employer go without crossing legal boundaries? Can employers inquire into their prospective …