California Labor Code §1400 affords us the following definitions: under Sec. (c) layoff means a “separation from a position for lack of funds or lack of work.” This means that there is no fault on the part of the employee for a layoff and the employee may be eligible for unemployment and other benefits. […]
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How often can rent be raised? if you have a lease for more than 30 days, your rent cannot be increased during the term of the lease, unless the lease allows rent increases. If you have a periodic rental agreement, your landlord can increase your rent, but the landlord must give you proper advance notice […]
A landlord cannot refuse to rent to a tenant, or engage in any discrimination on the basis of group characteristics specified by law that are not closely related to the landlord’s business needs: race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or medical conditions related to them, as well as gender and perception of gender), sexual […]
A Non-compete clause limits the employment of the employee after termination for a specific amount of time in a given area and field of expertise. Its purpose is typically to: (1) protect trade secrets, and (2) limit employees who possess the knowledge and skills in the given area. (1) Trade secrets are limited by a […]
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled 6-3 that the Affordable Care Act allows subsidies for low-income people who purchase health insurance through federal exchanges. The majority opinionby Chief Justice John G. Roberts is a big win for the Obama administration and the viability of its health-care law. At issue was a provision of the law […]
The California Assembly approved a bill Thursday backed by the Consumer Attorneys of California that would protect the legal rights of California workers who face the prospect of being forced to sign arbitration agreements as a part of employment. AB 465, authored by Assemblyman Roger Hernandez (D-West Covina), will ensure that important employment rights and […]
From her office located in Cerritos, California, near Los Angeles, Sarah Patricia Condor, Attorney at Law, provides advice and representation to individuals and businesses throughout California and the European Community in Internet and business law. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. See our profile at lawyers.com.
Sarah Patricia Condor, Esq., LL.M.,
Attorney at Law
13301 Holly Oak Circle
Cerritos (Los Angeles/Orange)
Bar # 281643