California has very stringent laws regarding when and how employees must be paid. To make sure the laws aren’t ignored, employers are required to provide lots of information on paystubs. But do you really understand all the information you are receiving?
The Employee Matters
Talking about what matters to Employees
In a landmark case against the UC Regents and former UC Berkeley School of Law Dean, Sujit Choudhry, LVBH Partners Leslie Levy and Sharon Vinick, along with Associate Jennifer Sta.Ana, represented Tyann Sorrell, who worked as the Executive Assistant to the former Dean. According to the Complaint filed by Ms. Sorrell in Alameda County Superior […]
San Francisco, CA – Chicago-based attorney Traci Ribeiro filed suit against her employer, the San Francisco-based litigation firm of Sedgwick LLP, alleging that she has been subjected to years of systemic gender discrimination in compensation and promotion to equity partner. The complaint contains allegations by Traci Ribeiro that she has endured and witnessed flagrant gender […]
Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams was recognized by the Daily Journal as one of the Top Boutiques in California. Noting that the firm’s four partners have decades of experience in representing employees across the socioeconomic spectrum, the Daily Journal described their work on behalf of teachers, cheerleaders, lawyers, firefighters, minimum wage workers and executives. The award […]
For the second time in less than six months, Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP won a multi-million dollar verdict for an employee seeking vindication of rights in an employment matter. On March 18, 2016, a Solano County jury brought in a $2,357,000 verdict for Plaintiff Todd Milan, an apprentice firefighter, against the City of Vallejo. […]
On November 23, 2015, a jury in Alameda County awarded $3,050,000 to Trish Metzner, who was represented by Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP. The case, which was tried by Darci Burrell, Katherine Smith and Leslie Levy, was brought against The Permanente Medical Group/Kaiser Foundation Hospitals. The case, which is captioned Metzner v. The TMPG, was […]