California laws protected against foreclosure

On behalf of Mohajer Law Firm, APC posted in civil litigation on Thursday, March 29, 2018. California homeowners have oftentimes faced the frightening risk of civil litigation that could take their homes, especially during the mortgage crisis 10 years ago. However, California law provided essential protections against mortgage foreclosure that were unavailable elsewhere. The first law, Senate Bill 1137, was passed…

“Bro culture” cited in Google termination lawsuit

On behalf of Mohajer Law Firm, APC posted in civil litigation on Thursday, March 22, 2018. At times, civil litigation may reflect ongoing social issues, such as the sexual harassment exposed by the “Me Too” movement. For example, a wrongful termination lawsuit was recently filed in California against Google, charging that the company permitted a workplace culture that diminished women. In…

Data breach lawsuit may continue

On behalf of Mohajer Law Firm, APC posted in civil litigation on Thursday, March 15, 2018. Data breaches have become frightening. These incidents have imposed costs, loss of confidentiality and serious inconvenience to email users. In one case, a California federal court judge ruled that victims of data breaches may continue their civil litigation. Yahoo was accused of failing to…

CarMax lawsuit given green light

On behalf of Mohajer Law Firm, APC posted in civil litigation on Thursday, March 8, 2018. A manufacturer who does not meet their contract responsibilities can harm consumers and face civil litigation. In a case that may have an impact across the nation, a California appellate court ruled earlier this year that a woman can sue CarMax for the sale…