I have been employed by a private household since 11/2017. The job position was the living position in order to provide caregiving , personal assistance and cleaning services. I had to be present 24 h 7 days a week, and most of this time I spent providing care or services, was not allowed time... Read more »
answered on Jun 1, 2023
Yes, you can sue your employer for unpaid wages, even if there is no written contract. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), employers are required to pay their employees minimum wage and overtime pay. If your employer has not paid you for all of the hours you have worked, they have violated... Read more »
answered on May 26, 2023
The statute of limitations for filing a sexual harassment lawsuit varies by jurisdiction. In some cases, it can be as short as one year. If the incidents occurred two years ago, it is possible that the statute of limitations may have expired. However, exceptions or tolling provisions could apply.... Read more »
I've SUFFERD physical and mental trauma from the police officers in my county whom took advantage of my background, I'm a dv victim and these discriminative police officers detained me and violated my civil rights. I've been criminalized by their acts of violence and they have tried... Read more »
answered on May 21, 2023
You should contact a lawyer as soon as possible. Before you do that, however, prepare a chronology of events, starting with the beginning, and bring it up to the current time. Then collect all your documents, and make copies of them all. Then contact an attorney to advise you, make copies of all of... Read more »
My girlfriend ,and former co-worker,was terminated from work 3 weeks ago. now my immediate supervisor is requesting she meet him at a motel. She notified me about his actions and when I confronted my supervisor about his actions he says" I shouldn't have called her bro" I have... Read more »
answered on May 5, 2023
If your supervisor is requesting to meet your girlfriend at a motel and engaging in inappropriate behavior, this is a serious issue that should be reported to human resources or other appropriate authorities. Your girlfriend may also want to consider contacting an attorney or other legal... Read more »
defendant is a neighbor, he's done it more than once via snapshat and instagram, would that contact w/the Girlfriend nullify the order?
answered on Apr 12, 2023
Under California law, a Civil Harassment Restraining Order (CHRO) is a court order that is designed to protect individuals from harassment or threats of violence from another person. If a CHRO is granted, it typically prohibits the defendant from contacting or harassing the plaintiff, their family... Read more »
I went to the er after my neck still hurts boyfriend had my id but due to me not having it on me( I do have a players card but they said they couldn't go by that bosses orders) we ride a Harley that's why it was in his pocket) they were demanding me to leave in a direction I didn't... Read more »
answered on Apr 9, 2023
In general, security personnel at a casino do not have the right to put their hands on someone without a valid reason, such as a threat to public safety or criminal activity. However, it is important to note that casinos are private establishments and have the right to establish and enforce their... Read more »
I'd want to sue for double or triple the estimated amount that women pay more for the same products men use. That dollar amount is subjective to financial hardship based that I do not make equal pay as men and have to pay more for products. Emotional and mental distress. Also, INFLATION. I... Read more »
answered on Mar 10, 2023
The "pink tax" refers to the higher prices that women may pay for goods and services compared to men, for products that are similar or identical. While the pink tax is not illegal, it may be considered discriminatory if it disproportionately affects women and there is evidence that the... Read more »
I go to a high school in Carlsbad, CA. I want to identify as something else, but I don't want to be discriminated against for it. If I tell my teachers that I identify as something, and I want to be addressed by a different name, are my teachers legally required to use those preferred pronouns... Read more »
answered on Feb 24, 2023
In California, public schools are required to provide a safe and supportive learning environment for all students, regardless of their gender identity or expression. This includes allowing students to use facilities and participate in activities that align with their gender identity, and respecting... Read more »
What if its between two adults? Thanks.
answered on Feb 19, 2023
Yes, asking a 16-year-old girl for a kiss when you are 26 years old could potentially be considered harassment, particularly if the behavior is persistent or unwanted.
In most jurisdictions, the age of consent is 18, meaning that sexual contact with someone under that age is generally... Read more »
Since I came to California from New Jersey 5 years ago. Just recently did someone I know tell me "You have been "Blacklisted". I am and have been in fear for my safety and well-being. I am not sure of the laws for "Blacklisting" in CA. I am hoping you could advise me of... Read more »
answered on Feb 13, 2023
Blacklisting has many meanings in many contexts. Far more needs to be known about the context of your situation.
It is not unlawful for a former employer to inform future prospective employers that you are not eligible for rehire. It is also not unlawful for a company to designate you are... Read more »
I wrote an email to both super attendant and principal about my spouse and another teacher being unprofessional.The other teacher texted my spouse if I was still his lady while getting herself involved in matters that were not of her own.She also would text him pictures of her kids and tell him she... Read more »
answered on Jan 9, 2023
Unfortunately you have no rights when it comes to how your wife is treated at work, and the employer may, if it wishes, exclude you from activities at the school or even exclude you from campus altogether.
If your wife has an issue she should report it to the principal or the district HR... Read more »
Apparently he downloaded a Pegasus spyware software onto my phone. And now has access to ALL of my data and information. This is such a breach of privacy. I barely know this creep! What can I do?
answered on Jan 3, 2023
First, there are multiple online tutorials for removing the spyware. If that does not work seek help from a professional IT service.
Second, you can seek a restraining order against the person for harassment.
Third, you can sue them for invasion of privacy.
As Im trying to assist and find help for my daughter here is a brief of what she experienced working.
While working a the shop/ office this employer started with verbal insults diminishing my work up to intimidating knowing my life situation.
His behavior continued and escalated... Read more »
answered on Dec 23, 2022
What you report constitutes several possible legal claims.
The physical assaults can be a sexual or normal battery. The statute of limitations for that is usually 2 years.
The sexual harassment, which could also include sexual touching, has a requirement that you file an... Read more »
my roomates pimp made a scam in which i was told i had to cash these checks, they we or else and then they made threats, they took the $$ affter cashed. i am in court facing time right now. the couple was doing this toher people as well.
answered on Nov 20, 2022
i strongly suggest you either retain an attorney or ask the court to appoint the public defender at your first appearance.
a good criminal lawyer will evaluate what evidence they have against you...............
however, If someone tells you to murder your next door neighbor, that... Read more »
So I'll turn her steering wheel when she's driving dangerously, but in danger, I won’t be able to recognize where her hands at and when I turn the steering wheel I touched her hand at the same time. But that’s very quick because my intention is to keep both safe. She now says I’m... Read more »
answered on Nov 14, 2022
What you have is a she-said, he-said situation. If an action was brought against you the issue will be whether you touched her inappropriately, or said things of a sexual nature. She will testify one way, you will testify another, and a jury will decide who is telling the truth. There is no... Read more »
after communicating this to the office they still made him as he committed a sexual harassment act , he them explain that this boy gave him no choice and has been bully him, he try to talk to him but instead he escalated the situation to dropping his pats. as parent I feel that the school gas... Read more »
answered on Oct 23, 2022
as a parent, we all want to protect our kids from Bully
the first thing is to try to deal with the school, or school board.
i assume he was told drop your pants or we will beat you up?
write out a detailed summary and send to the principal requesting a response within... Read more »
Hello so my now boyfriend is getting threatened by his exes mom about he supposedly raped her while they were dating while they where having consensual relation she had said stop but he had not heard until she said is again louder now that they broke up she will break into his home at night and in... Read more »
answered on Oct 7, 2022
It sounds like time to keep records of everything and seek a civil harassment restraining order. For more information go to:
answered on Oct 2, 2022
If there was penetration, no matter how slight, then yes.
After false allegations co worker whom I dated ended the relationship. After one day of employment the awkwardness of going through the investigation and false rumors. I resigned effective immediately. I was reinstated as a consultant however the city denied my return, the HR Director asked the co... Read more »
answered on Sep 26, 2022
You have not asked a question.
I am sorry but there is nothing unlawful about your employer's conduct revealed in your post.
Good luck to you.
She told me i would remember her for the rest of my life, i had to go to the hospital a couple times for suicidal ideation,i still can't stop thinking of her, i was only 18 and she was 35 , i told her to leave me alone but when i said that she kept doing it, i didn't understand at the... Read more »
answered on Sep 8, 2022
You should immediately file an administrative complaint online with Department of Fair Employment and Housing against your manager and her employer based on sexual harassment, gender based discrimination and retaliation. You have only 3 years from the last act to file the administrative complaint... Read more »
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