Ruben Limonjyan | June 15, 2020 | Discrimination \ Employment Law \ News
SCOTUS Rules to Protect LGBTQ Workers from Job Discrimination
In a 6-3 decision on June 15 that came as a surprise to many, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that gay and transgender employees are protected against discrimination by existing federal law. Writing for the majority, Neil Gorsuch – President Donald Trump’s first appointee to the Court – stated that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act...
Ruben Limonjyan | March 20, 2020 | Employment Law \ News
FAQ: The Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus dubbed COVID-19 is as historical as the world’s reaction to it and the countermeasures implemented to combat its spread. The number of cases in California topped just over 1,000 by March 20, which may put the state’s sick leave laws to task as the number of cases continues to swell. In the midst of...
Ruben Limonjyan | December 23, 2019 | Employment Law \ News
What You Need to Know About California Employment Law in 2020
New Year’s Eve: a time to reflect back and look ahead. Many of us will celebrate the beginning of a new decade by partying with friends and family, as well as making resolutions for a better year. In the midst of the celebrations, employers and employees alike are planning for a host of changes to California employment law. To help...
Ruben Limonjyan | December 9, 2019 | Employment Law \ News
Uber and Postmates Sue State of California over Assembly Bill 5
In an effort to protect employees from intentional misclassification as independent contractors, California implemented Assembly Bill 5, effective in 2020. This bill allows independent contractors to file claims under a variety of worker protection laws to secure compensation or compel their employers to reclassify them as employees. Before even taking effect, the bill has backfired. Uber and Postmates, app-based ridesharing...
Ruben Limonjyan | September 23, 2019 | News
Attorney Ruben Limonjyan featured on 790 KABC radio talk show
The popular 790 KABC radio talk show “So What’s Your Problem” recently featured Attorney Ruben Limonjyan of Limonjyan Law Group to speak about his experience in the realm of Employment Law. The show addresses all sorts of life’s problems and how to handle them without losing sight of what’s most important: your happiness. You can listen to the full episode featuring...