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Justin Bieber’s Former Bodyguard Files Employment Lawsuit

Justin Bieber's former bodyguard files a lawsuit after he was allegedly assaulted by the popstar, says Los Angeles employment lawyer Eric Grover.

The New Year Rings In New Changes to California Labor Laws

New California labor laws are taking effect in 2013, says Eric Grover, a Los Angeles employment attorney.

Starbucks Battles Appeal in $14.1M Class-Action Employment Lawsuit

Starbucks appeals verdict to pay $14.1 million for alleged tip violations, San Francisco wage and hour attorney Eric Grover reports.

Darden Restaurants Face Federal Lawsuit Over Server Wages

Darden Restaurants is accused of requiring employees work off the block in a federal lawsuit, Los Angeles employment lawyer Eric Grover reports.

Bay Area Men Claim In-N-Out Burger Discriminates in Hiring Process

A class-action lawsuit accuses In-N-Out Burger of discriminating against African Americans and older workers, reports Bay Area employment lawyer Eric Grover.

Website Exposes Bad Credit Card Firms, says Bay Area Consumer Protection...

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has launched a website that tracks financial complaints, reports Bay Area employment lawyer Carey Been.

Facebook ‘Like’ Isn’t Protected Speech Notes Los Angeles Employment Lawyer

Los Angeles employment lawyer Eric Grover reports that a Judge has ruled that a Facebook 'Like' isn't protected speech, and can cost you your job.

California Employment Lawyer: 10 Ways Your Business Could End Up In...

California employment attorney Eric Grover of Keller Grover LLP, educates on 10 ways your business can get sued.

Los Angeles Employment Lawyer: CA Employee Beats Arbitration Requirement!

Former AMS employee finds arbitration loophole and files a lawsuit, reports California employment lawyer Eric Grover.

California Employment Lawyer: Facebook Privacy to Shape Employment Landscape

The debate begins on whether it is illegal for employers to request job applicants' social media passwords, reports California employment attorney Eric Grover.

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