Ferry Eden Lopez

Ferry Eden Lopez

Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP

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Will California’s “Kill Switch” Law Kill An Employer’s Ability To Protect Sensitive Company Information?

Will California’s “Kill Switch” Law Kill An Employer’s Ability To Protect Sensitive Company Information? In this digital age, smartphone technology has become essential and ubiquitous to business operations. But the...more

10/1/2014 - Attorney-Client Privilege Bring Your Own Device Cell Phones Confidential Information Corporate Counsel Employment Policies Kill Switch Popular Search & Seizure Smartphones Trade Secrets

50 for 50: Five Decades of the Most Important Discrimination Law Developments - Number 20: Bipartisan Gridlock Prevents Sexual...

The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), if passed, would become the first federal legislation that prohibits employers from discriminating against individuals based on their actual or perceived sexual orientation and/or...more

6/2/2014 - Discrimination EEOC Employer Liability Issues ENDA Gender Identity Legislative Agendas Sexual Orientation Discrimination

50 for 50: Five Decades of the Most Important Discrimination Law Developments: Number 3: In 1986, The Supreme Court Recognizes...

It’s hard to imagine now, but from 1964 to 1986, “sexual harassment” as it is known today did not exist. That all changed when the Supreme Court issued its landmark decision in Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson. It was that...more

5/15/2014 - Discrimination Harassment Legal History SCOTUS Sexual Harassment

eAlert - Separation Agreements Under Attack By The EEOC: Why Some Small Changes To Your Agreements Are Advisable

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is now targeting routine language commonly found in separation agreements across the country. This is yet another in a series of aggressive tactics launched by the...more

2/17/2014 - Compliance EEOC Employer Liability Issues Separation Agreement

eAlert - California Employment Legislative Update: What's New for 2014?

In California, the New Year means new laws and regulations for California employers. Below we summarize new legislation that will affect employers doing business in California beginning January 1, 2014, unless otherwise...more

1/2/2014 - Attorney's Fees Bonds Domestic Violence Domestic Workers Family-Friendly Workplace Ordinance FEHA Liens Liquidated Damages Military Service Members Minimum Wage Over-Time Penalties Reasonable Accommodation Sexual Harassment Undocumented Immigrants Wage and Hour

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