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Atty. C. Joe Sayas, Jr.

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C. Joe Sayas, Jr., Esq. is trial attorney who has obtained several million dollar recoveries for his clients against employers and insurance companies. He has been selected as a Super Lawyer by the Los Angeles Magazine, featured in the cover of Los Angeles Daily Journal’sVerdicts and Settlements, and is a member of the Million Dollar-Advocates Forum.


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The O’Reilly Factor: Sexual harassment allegations at Fox News

“ Courts have recognized two types of sexual harassment. One is called quid pro quo harassment, which exists when to a sexual conduct is made a condition of employment benefits, such as a promotion, a pay increase, or a job … Continue reading

April 22, 2017

Fighting for civil rights in the face of police misconduct

TERRY Lafitte was a 49 year-old black man riding his bicycle in the dark of night in South Central Los Angeles. Two sheriff’s deputies, in their squad car, saw that Lafitte’s bicycle did not have safety light reflectors attached to … Continue reading

April 14, 2017

Should employees be paid for doing tasks while not clocked in?

Q: I WORK as a “team member” in the service industry in Los Angeles. Before we clock-in for our shift, we are required to attend a “huddle,” or a meeting where we discuss events during prior shifts, our assignments, etc. … Continue reading

April 08, 2017

Protecting ‘managers’ from wage theft

Should they be paid additional wages? JAIMIE Quinby, Linda Gomes, and Eric Fontes worked as “General Managers” (GMs) for ULTA Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance, Inc. (ULTA) in its California locations. The GMs sued ULTA for unpaid overtime wages and missed … Continue reading

April 01, 2017

Should I tell my boss about my medical condition?

Q: I WAS diagnosed with herniated disc and severe anxiety. I want to request leave but want to keep my privacy at work. Do I need to tell my employer about my medical or psychological condition?  A: No. The employee … Continue reading

March 25, 2017

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