Proposed Changes to U.S. Department of Education’s Regulations on Campus Sexual Misconduct Bolster the Rights of the Accused

On August 29, 2018, the U.S. Department of Education released new proposed policies around campus sexual misconduct. Under the new proposed regulations, the rights of students accused of sexual assault or harassment would be strengthened and would also lessen the liability for universities. The major change would be subsequent litigation, meaning accused students can look [Read More]

Three McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP Attorneys Selected to Benchmark California Litigation Stars 2019

Partners John McNicholas, Patrick McNicholas and Matthew McNicholas were selected for inclusion in Benchmark Litigation California Stars 2019 as leaders in the litigation and disputes market. For eleven years, Benchmark Litigation has served as the definitive guide to ranking America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys. Benchmark Litigation provides comprehensive coverage of the litigation market through [Read More]

#MeToo By the Numbers [Infographic]

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, a recent study from Stop Street Harassment shows the staggering number of women and men who have experienced sexual harassment and assault in their lives. Find out more!

Matthew McNicholas Named Among Daily Journal’s 2018 Top Plaintiff Lawyers

Daily Journal named Partner Matthew McNicholas to its 2018 list of Top Plaintiff Lawyers in California, recognizing his work on behalf of Los Angeles Police Department officers who have faced harassment, discrimination and retaliation. One case highlighted in Matt’s feature was Atkins v. City of Los Angeles, in which he obtained the largest employment verdict [Read More]

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]

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