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Monthly Archives: February 2024

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Contractors and Providers Can be Liable for FEHA Violations Also

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

It’s one of the oldest defenses known to mankind, and one we’ve all used when we were little kids: blame someone else when something goes wrong. But as of last year, when it comes to liability under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), Defendants may not be able to point the finger at… Read More »

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How is Overtime Pay Calculated and When Do You Get It?

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Most employers in California hopefully know that they have to, by law, pay their employees for the hours those employees work. But where most employees get into trouble is when overtime comes into play. Many employees and employers don’t understand how overtime works, or how to calculate overtime pay. How Much is Owed? The… Read More »

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Costanzo Law Firm Partnering with the California/Hawaii NAACP

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Costanzo Law Firm is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the California/Hawaii NAACP and will be providing legal services for this very important organization. It is particularly exciting to have joined with the NAACP during Black History Month. Civil Rights has been a fundamental objective for Lori throughout her career. She first… Read More »

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Understanding Differences Between Federal and California Medical Leave Acts

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Under the federal Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), if you have a qualifying medical condition, or a family member has such a condition, you can get time off from work to take care of yourself, or your family member. The time off is generally unpaid, and there are differences between the Federal law, and… Read More »

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Religious Accommodations at Work: What Does Your Employer Have to Do?

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

If you are an employee at work, it is illegal for your employer to discriminate against you for your religious beliefs. But in most cases, employers don’t just blatantly discriminate against people for their religion. What they are more likely to do, is to refuse to provide employees the religious accommodations employees ask for…. Read More »

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