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Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California
 

Appearing in the May 2018 issue of ADVOCATE:

Employment Law

Administrative remedies can be exhausting for plaintiffs employed by public entities
James H. Cordes

The best and worst employment developments of 2017
Andrew H. Friedman

Arm yourself with strategies and statutes to combat sexual harassment and gender violence
Toni Jaramilla

The top ten reasons your client is owed money
Jeff Schwartz

This is not a race
Scott Tillett

Who shall we invite to our party?
Iris Weinmann

Intentional infliction of emotional distress in employment
John S. West

 

 

   

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