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Who Is Getting Your Tip Money? It Is Time to Put Limits on Tip-Pooling.
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Who Is Getting Your Tip Money? It Is Time to Put Limits on Tip-Pooling.

Please see the attached letter, which I drafted to send today to the California Supreme Court on behalf of the […]

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Using Company Email to Communicate with Your Employment Lawyer
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Using Company Email to Communicate with Your Employment Lawyer

The sanctity of the attorney-client relationship is a fundamental pillar of our legal system, recognized throughout the public and private […]

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Just Because It’s a Layoff, Doesn’t Mean You’re Out of Options
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Just Because It’s a Layoff, Doesn’t Mean You’re Out of Options

In this down economy, many employers are undergoing layoffs of workers. Certainly, it can be harder to prove that your […]

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Why the Supreme Court Should Define “Bonus” – An Amicus Letter to the California Supreme Court
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Why the Supreme Court Should Define “Bonus” – An Amicus Letter to the California Supreme...

Today, Bryan Schwartz Law sent the following letter to the California Supreme Court on behalf of the California Employment Lawyers […]

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Constitutional Claims on Behalf of Government Employees
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Constitutional Claims on Behalf of Government Employees

Government employees are often highly-talented people who could work for a lot more money in the private sector. Apart from […]

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The First Posting of Bryan Schwartz Law
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The First Posting of Bryan Schwartz Law

I am thrilled to launch the Bryan Schwartz Law firm, and this new blog, beginning an exciting chapter in my […]

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