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New at LAS-ELCMay 22, 2015

LAS-ELC, Sanford Heisler Kimpel LLP and the California-based Foundation for Advocacy Inclusion and Resources (FAIR) are thrilled to announce the selection of Amelia Alvarez as the second Sanford Heisler Kimpel Public Interest Diversity Fellow.More

PublicationMay 21, 2015

PublicationMay 10, 2015

New at LAS-ELCMay 7, 2015

The most recent data from the federal Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights’ website indicates that at Santa Paula High School fewer girls played sports than boys in relation to enrollment.  More

New at LAS-ELCApril 23, 2015

Yesterday four California bills sponsored or co-sponsored by LAS-ELC passed out of the Senate Labor Committee. SB 406 would give more employees job protection while caring for a new child or a seriously ill family member, and its passage takes us one step closer to expanding access to California’s landmark Paid Family Leave program. More

PublicationApril 3, 2015

Press ReleaseApril 1, 2015

An agreement to resolve the Willits v. City of Los Angeles case was reached today that will result in a more than $1 billion investment in city sidewalk repairs and other pedestrian improvements.

The class action sought to ensure better access for persons with mobility disabilities to the city’s sidewalks, curb ramps, crosswalks, pedestrian crossings and other walkways.

New at LAS-ELCApril 1, 2015

An agreement to resolve the Willits v. City of Los Angeles case was reached today that will result in a more than $1 billion investment in city sidewalk repairs and other pedestrian improvements.More

New at LAS-ELCFebruary 18, 2015

We are thrilled to announce that Elizabeth Kristen, LAS-ELC Senior Staff Attorney and Director of the Gender & LGBT Rights Program, and Cacilia Kim, LAS-ELC Special Counsel, have been named California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year by California Lawyer magazine for their victory in Ollier v. Sweetwater, a landmark Title IX case.More

New at LAS-ELCFebruary 5, 2015

LAS-ELC and Chavez & Gertler LLP filed a class action lawsuit today on behalf of current and former employees of Burlington Coat Factory in the California Superior Court for the County of San Mateo. The complaint alleges that Burlington has a policy and practice of intimidating employees into paying the company for common on-the-job mistakes, which the law prohibits.  More

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