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Discrimination in Employment Layoffs During COVID-19

It is no secret that current COVID-19 pandemic has upended the U.S. economy. Even though some companies have had resources to continue paying their employees, the longer this pandemic continues,…

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Can Virtual Work Be A Reasonable Accommodation During COVID-19?

COVID-19 has completely affected every area of our society, including the workplace. Employers are scrambling to attempt to deal with the multiple facets of how this global pandemic adequately and…

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Bankruptcy Court Refuses to Discharge $900k Debt for LAPD Officer

Bankruptcy Court Refuses To Allow LAPD Officer To Discharge $900,000 Debt Based On His Malicious Use Of Excessive Force On Monday, June 30, 2020, a United States Bankruptcy Court granted…

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Understanding Excessive Force and Your Rights When Interacting with Law Enforcement

While many law enforcement officers throughout the country perform their dangerous jobs with dignity, civility, and respect for those in their communities and in compliance with both state and federal…

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How Long Can You Be Held by Police Without A Charge?

If you are ever arrested by law enforcement, you likely feel overwhelmed and scared. Knowing your legal rights can help ensure that you can exercise those rights during that stressful…

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Bringing a COVID-19 Wrongful Death Claim Against a Nursing Home

Families of elderly seniors often look to place their loved one in a nursing home to receive the care and protection on a daily and hourly basis that they cannot…

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LAPD Subjects Peaceful Protester to Inhumane Treatment, Alleges Lawsuit

Laura Montilla, a recent USC graduate, speaks publicly about the inhumane treatment by the very people who were supposed to protect her. LOS ANGELES (June 22, 2020) -- Laura Montilla,…

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5 Subtle Signs of Racial Discrimination in the Workplace

Racial discrimination in the workplace is illegal, and violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If a person can prove that they suffered discrimination based on their…

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