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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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$25 million payout in Trump University class action

Is non-admission of guilt the same as innocence? SONNY Low is a 71-year old San Diego resident, who took the free introductory Trump University seminar. Trump University persuaded Low to pay $1,500 in order to attend another seminar. During the second … Continue reading

January 23, 2017

Gender equality: A winning fight for a women’s basketball coach

Mary Burns worked as the women’s basketball coach at San Diego State University (SDSU) for 16 years, and was considered the “winningest coach in SDSU women’s basketball history.”  However, during her tenure, Burns lodged several complaints to the school regarding … Continue reading

January 14, 2017

“On-call” during breaks? You may be entitled to additional wages

ABM Security Services, Inc. employed about 15,000 current and former security guards at residential, retail, office, and industrial sites throughout California. In 2005, Jennifer Augustus and two other security guards, filed a class action case against ABM on behalf of … Continue reading

January 07, 2017

Pay equality & rights of domestic workers & immigrants strengthened under new laws

This is our yearly wrap-up of some of the new laws created in California this year to continue to protect employees: Gender Pay Equality Law Expanded Beginning January 2016, an employer shall not pay employees at wage rates less than … Continue reading

December 31, 2016

Why would your employer lie about the reason for firing you?

Q: I WAS diagnosed with early stage cancer a few weeks ago. I can still do my job but I will need about 5 hours off from work every week for 3 months for medical treatments. I asked my manager … Continue reading

December 29, 2016

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