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How to Avoid “Surf-By” Lawsuits

In this digital age, websites serve as the front door of businesses, welcoming customers from all walks of life. But what if this virtual entrance is not accessible to everyone? This question lies at the heart of so-called “Surf-By” lawsuits, a growing concern for businesses operating in the online space.

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New Employment Laws for a New Year

As we bring in the new year, staying on top of the changes and updates in employment laws allows employees to stay one step ahead of the employer, helping to protect their rights when involved in any employment law issues or discrimination.

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What Accommodations Must My Employer Provide for My Disability?

If you meet the criteria for accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), your employer is required to make reasonable modifications or adjustments to enable you to perform your job duties effectively.

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Employees vs. Independent Contractors in California

The distinction between an employee and an independent contractor can be a gray area for many in California. Simply put, an employee works under the direct control of an employer, while an independent contractor operates under their own authority, carrying out tasks as they see fit.

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Are Non-Disclosure Agreements Enforceable in California?

NDAs are legal contracts that create a confidential relationship between parties to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. These agreements are commonly used in business relationships where sensitive information is shared.

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Understanding At-Will Employment in California

At The Guha Law Firm, serving Orange County, California, we understand this and are here to help clarify what at-will employment means in the state of California, and more importantly, how it impacts you as an employee.

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Can an Employer Fire Me When I'm on Leave?

Imagine you've been working diligently for years, dedicating countless hours to your job, and suddenly you find yourself needing to take leave. Maybe it's a family emergency, a medical issue, or a much needed personal break.

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Who Is Entitled to Overtime Pay?

Have you ever worked extra hours and wondered if you are entitled to overtime pay? Are you consistently racking up hours past your usual work schedule and feeling the strain? If so, you are not alone. Many employees in California and the rest of the United States are unsure about their rights when it comes to receiving compensation for working overtime.

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California Off-the-Clock Work Laws

As an employee in California, it is important to know your rights and protections when it comes to working in the state of California. Unfortunately, many employers may try to take advantage of their employees.

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What to Do if You’ve Been Sexually Harassed at Work

While any form of harassment in the workplace can be detrimental, sexual harassment is especially alarming. If you find yourself in this situation, it is imperative that you seek experienced legal counsel as soon as possible. Since 2013, Guha Law has worked with clients throughout California. Our attorney Ranojoy “Raj” Guha is compassionate yet aggressive, and we will do everything we can to hold the person and organization accountable. Remember that their actions can and should have consequences.

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