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Monthly Archives: May 2021

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What Is A Reasonable Accommodation?

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

You may have heard the term “reasonable accommodations” used in the workplace, but what are they, and what makes an accommodation reasonable? Having a clear understanding of these topics can help ensure that you get the support you need to perform your job. What are Reasonable Accommodations? Reasonable accommodations are measures taken to make… Read More »

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Have You Been Sexually Assaulted By A Police officer?

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Any form of sexual assault can be devastating to an individual, and is likely to cause long-lasting trauma. However, there is something particularly traumatic about being assaulted by the very person you would usually turn to for help. Being sexually assaulted by a police officer can often leave victims feeling like they have nowhere… Read More »

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Sexual Harassment Is Bad For Business

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

For decades women have struggled to gain respect, fair treatment, and equal pay in the workplace, and the fight is still not over. However, more and more data on the effects of sexual harassment in the workplace indicates that it shouldn’t just be women leading the charge. Despite a long history of ignoring, suppressing,… Read More »

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Welcome Our Newest Associate Attorney, Lucy Goodnough

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

Lucy Goodnough, Associate Attorney. Lucy Goodnough has litigated complex matters in the federal and state trial and appellate courts, as well as in arbitration and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, including employment, contract, fiduciary, intellectual property, fraud, and computer and internet fraud claims. Click here for full bio

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Have You Been Wrongfully Terminated By Your California Employer?

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California is an at-will employment state, which means that in most cases you can be fired without cause at any time, with or without notice. However, there are exceptions. For instance, if you are fired in violation of your employment contract terms, based on a discriminatory reason, or for exercising legal rights, your termination… Read More »

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