FAILURE TO PREVENT DISCRIMINATION

California has a clear public policy against discrimination and also requires that employers to take steps to prevent discrimination from occurring.

California Government Code §12940(k) states:

It is an unlawful employment practice, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification, or, except where based upon applicable security regulations established by the United States or the State of California for an employer, labor organization, employment agency, apprenticeship training program, or any training program leading to employment, to fail to take all reasonable steps necessary to prevent discrimination and harassment from occurring.

If you believe that you are a victim of discrimination and your employer failed to take reasonable steps to prevent the discrimination, you need to act quickly.

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Represented Plaintiff, a high-performing, high-earning female salesperson in claims against former employer alleging that employer unilaterally altered her compensation multiple times, delayed her bonus, reduced her bonus, and then terminated her.

RESULT

Settled in high 6 figures

TIME TO RESOLUTION

18 months

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Attorney to Attorney negotiation during litigation

Represented successful, long time sales professional terminated while pregnant by large publicly traded employer.

RESULT

Settled mid 6 figures

TIME TO RESOLUTION

3 years

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Settled during litigation

Represented female senior level finance professional in Silicon Valley allegedly terminated for “conduct” issues by her public company employer.

RESULT

Settled mid 6 figures

TIME TO RESOLUTION

6 months

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Attorney to attorney negotiation

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