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Court of Appeals Criticizes Well-Funded Employers for Burying Employee Lawsuits with Paperwork

By Branden Hamilton In Nazir v. United Airlines, Inc., Nazir, a man of Pakistani ancestry and a practicing Muslim, was terminated for sexual harassment in California…

What Lyle v. Warner Bros Taught Us About Sexual Harassment in the Workplace in California

By Negin Iraninejadian Offensive and raunchy sexual comments made in the workplace may not necessarily give rise to a claim of sexual harassment under the California…

Brent Buchsbaum named 2013 Super Lawyer

Brent S. Buchsbaum recently received the honor of becoming a Super Lawyers® lawyer for 2013.  The Super lawyer designation is awarded based on voting among…

Employee Rights in California Redefined by Reid v. Google, Inc.

By Negin Iraninejadian The California Supreme Court’s 2010 decision in Reid v. Google, Inc. has significantly broadened the scope of evidence that aggrieved workers may present…

Laurel Haag and Roger Haag named Super Lawyers Rising Stars

In 2011, Laurel N. Haag became a partner at Carlin & Buchsbaum. She has been recognized on the Rising Stars list in Super Lawyers for…

Brent Buchsbaum named 2012 Super Lawyer

Brent S. Buchsbaum became a law partner with Mr. Carlin in 2004. Mr. Buchsbaum was named to the Super Lawyers® list for 2012, and has…

Carlin & Buchsbaum- Laurel Haag Makes Partner

Long Beach, CA – Carlin & Buchsbaum, a leading employment law firm in Southern California, recently announced the promotion of Laurel Haag to Partner. Partner…

Attorney Brent S. Buchsbaum Named To Million Dollar Advocates Forum

The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is pleased to announce that attorney Brent S. Buchsbaum of Long Beach CA has been certified as a member. The…

Employment Myths and Misconceptions: Employer Tricks

Listed here are some of the most common employer excuses we encounter in wrongful termination cases. Most workers in California are employed “at-will.” This generally means…

Twenty-One Reasons You Can’t Be Fired

Review these reasons you cannot be fired to see if they apply to your case. 1. Your employer can’t fire you because you complained about unsafe…

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