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Court Denies Tesla’s Efforts to Force Worker into Arbitration 

Workers won an important victory when Alameda Superior Court Judge Stephen Kaus denied Tesla’s motion to compel arbitration in a […]

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EEOC Judge Greenlights State Dept. Disability Bias Class
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EEOC Judge Greenlights State Dept. Disability Bias Class

EEOC certified a class of over 10,000 people denied medical clearance by the U.S. Department of State. The class includes […]

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Class of 10,000+ U.S. Government Workers with Disabilities Certified
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Class of 10,000+ U.S. Government Workers with Disabilities Certified

PRESS RELEASE Class of 10,000+ U.S. Government Workers with Disabilities Certified: Decision Caps 11-Year Effort to Vindicate Workers Who Lost Opportunities […]

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Aminah Shakoor Hired as a Summer Associate
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Aminah Shakoor Hired as a Summer Associate

PRESS RELEASE Bryan Schwartz Law Hires Aminah Shakoor as a Summer Associate at the Oakland-Based Civil Rights, Employment Law Firm […]

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A Victory for Workers Who Sue Their Employers: U.S. Supreme Court Unanimously Decides That Courts May Not “Make Up” New Rules to Favor Arbitration
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A Victory for Workers Who Sue Their Employers: U.S. Supreme Court Unanimously Decides That Courts May Not “Make Up” New Rules to Favor Arbitration

In Morgan v. Sundance, Inc., a momentous 9-0 decision issued on May 23, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that […]

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San Francisco Chronicle: Students Sue Mills College Saying It Misled Them
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San Francisco Chronicle: Students Sue Mills College Saying It Misled Them

Coverage of a lawsuit filed by students on Wednesday by Mills College students, which claims that the merger with an […]

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