Reyzin Law Firm Receives 2016 Best of Carlsbad Award - Read MoreCARLSBAD, October 21, 2016 -- Reyzin Law Firm has been selected for the 2016 Best of Carlsbad Award in the Employment Attorney category by the Carlsbad Award Program.
Goodwill Can't Escape Employee's Migraine Suit
Tuesday, December 20, 2016 (Law360),
A California state appeals court has revived a former Goodwill Industries employee’s suit claiming that the secondhand retail chain refused to accommodate her migraine headaches and fired her for taking medical leave. Monique Allen may proceed with most of her claims against her former employer, Goodwill Industries of Southern California, under the Fair Employment and Housing Act, the California Family Rights Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Yahoo Sued Over New Hacks Affecting 1B Users
Friday, December 16, 2016 (Law360), A Yahoo user filed a putative class action Wednesday over the new data breach revealed only hours earlier to have affected 1 billion users, saying the company has betrayed its email customers.
DeVry University Settles FTC's False Ad Suit For $100M
Friday, December 16, 2016 (Law360) DeVry University has reached a $100 million settlement with the Federal Trade Commission to resolve allegations that it used phony stats to deceive students about its graduates’ job placement rates, the company and the commission said Thursday.
Calif. Court Revives Ex-CNN Producer's Race Bias Suit
Tuesday, December 13, 2016 (Law360) A California appeals court revived an Emmy-winning former CNN producer’s suit against the network, ruling CNN can’t hide behind free speech-protecting laws to escape allegations that it engaged in age and race discrimination and retaliation in firing the producer and labeling him a plagiarist.