Revised Sexual Harassment Training Bill (And So Much More)

On May 30, 2018, the California State Senate approved Senate Bill 1343, a sexual harassment training bill, which will now move on to the State Assembly. While the bill has not yet been fully passed, it is important to know what this bill means for employers and employees if it is voted into action. How [Read More]

McNicholas & McNicholas Obtains Settlement for LAPD Officer in Retaliation Case

Associate Abel Nair secured a settlement on behalf of a Los Angeles Police Department officer who was retaliated against for reporting acts of misconduct within the department. While the officer was assigned to Valley Regional Jail Facility (VJS) as the Assistant Officer to evaluate the workplace and oversee employees, he witnessed several instances of mismanagement [Read More]

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Arbitration Agreements

When you are first hired at a company, you fill out a lot of paperwork. Between the tax forms and employee benefits enrollment process, it is easy to lose track of what you are signing. Chances are, one of those pieces of paper was an arbitration agreement. While they vary from employer to employer, signing [Read More]

USA Today, Sports Illustrated, Reuters, The Hill and More Report on Matthew McNicholas’ Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against NFL Enterprises and Eric Davis

As published in USA Today, Sports Illustrated, Reuters, The Hill and others, Partner Matthew McNicholas filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against NFL Enterprises and Eric Davis on behalf of former makeup artist, Erin McParland, who was subjected to sexual harassment by current and former on-air talent, including Davis. In his interview with USA Today, McNicholas [Read More]

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