Did your employer discriminate against you, harass you, or wrongfully terminate you for any of the following reasons: Your religion, race, color, national origin, or ancestry? Your sex, sexual orientation, marital status, or pregnancy status? Your age, physical or mental disability, or medical condition? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you […]
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Did your employer discriminate against, harass, or terminate you without cause just because you are disabled? Even if you are an at-will employee or you have not yet been terminated or otherwise punished, you may still have a valid claim. Two laws protect victims of disability discrimination – the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), […]
Did your employer use unfair terms and conditions to hire you just because of your age? If so, you may have suffered from age discrimination. The federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 protects employees and job applicants 40 years of age and older when their employers or potential employers have discriminated against them. […]
David Schwartz, Staff Writer San Bernardino County Sun SAN BERNARDINO – Opponents of a liquor license for the San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino say they will not appeal a ruling that allows the gambling hall to serve alcohol in their residential neighborhood. The decision from the state Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control allows the […]
A client who wanted to purchase operation rights to a popular southland Casino, renowned for its gambling and entertainment offerings, lost hundreds of thousands of dollars of “blood money” as those rights were sold multiple times in alleged back room deals. These deals were alleged to be between the Casino operator and certain members of […]
In a sweeping opinion in cases brought by Ralph B. Saltsman and Stephen Warren Solomon of Solomon Saltsman & Jamieson, the California Supreme Court unanimously struck down the practice of attorneys in administrative agency hearings submitting ex parte communications to decision-makers within their agency. The Supreme Court held such communication violated specific prohibitions stated in […]
The jury found that the defendant employer acted with malice, oppression and fraud, thus entitling him to punitive damages. This was an employment discrimination case that also raised issues involving violations of the American Disabilities Act. It was tried by Stephen Allen Jamieson before a jury in Los Angeles Superior Court. The Honorable Ernest Williams […]
Court of Appeals holds that Rule 141 requires dismissal by the ABC in all decoy cases prosecuted without the required face-to-face identification. Stephen Warren Solomon and Ralph Barat Saltsman succeeded in persuading the Court of Appeal to construe Rule 141 to be applied precisely as it is written in Acapulco Restaurant, Inc, v. ABC Appeals […]
Facts/Contentions According to plaintiff: This consolidated action with cross-complaints arose out of a collision between a bus and an asphalt roller. Plaintiff Ronald Daneault claimed that a county bus failed to yield the right-of-way and that other defendants contributed to an accident in which the county bus struck an asphalt roller vehicle operated by Daneault. […]
Previous settlement with other defendants garnered additional 1.8 million dollars. Stephen Allen Jamieson won a jury trial in the amount of $7.57 million dollars on behalf of a 19-year-old who had received a medical treatment far below the standard of care including a misdiagnosis of a bleed on his brain. This case was tried in […]