California Employment Law Update

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“Me Too” Evidence Was Admissible In Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit

Johnson v. United Cerebral Palsy/Spastic Children’s Found., 173 Cal. App. 4th 740 (2009) Dewandra Johnson, who was employed as a counselor for this charitable foundation, alleged that she had been terminated while and because she was pregnant. Johnson also alleged that her supervisor (Raquel Jiminez) had a discriminatory animus against pregnant and heterosexual women and … Continue Reading

Employee Who Falsified Timecard Was Not Terminated Because Of His Disability

King v. United Parcel Serv., 2007 WL 1493316 (Cal. Ct. App. 2007) Richard King, a supervisorial employee who had worked for UPS for almost 30 years, was terminated for an “integrity violation” involving the falsification of a driver’s timecard. In his lawsuit, King alleged that UPS had terminated him because he was diagnosed with a … Continue Reading

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