Tanzina Vega from the public radio show “The Takeaway” interviewed LVBH partner Sharon Vinick about how employers can be held liable for harassment that occurs while employees are working remotely. In the segment Sharon discusses the risks of the virtual office and how businesses can respond to them.
LVBH Partner Leslie Levy was recently interviewed for a column regarding CNN legal analyst and New Yorker writer Jeffrey Toobin’s indecent exposure during a Zoom meeting. The column, published recently in the Los Angeles Times, considers what has been learned in the age of #MeToo. It also discusses whether Zoom meetings are considered workplace meetings. […]
The Daily Journal interviewed LVBH attorney Wendy Musell to gather her expert opinion for an article about the trend of technology industry employers introducing pay cuts for workers who have left the Bay Area. Employers often include cost of living expenses in their compensation packages. As the majority of workers are working remotely, some have […]
Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP is honored that attorney Wendy Musell has been selected to the Lawdragon guide of the top 500 Leading Plaintiff Employment Lawyers in the nation for 2020. The guide highlights lawyers across the nation working for the rights of employees. This is the third consecutive year the guide has been published. […]
On September 17, 2020, LVBH attorney Wendy Musell and her family joined California Governor Gavin Newsom and workers rights advocates to witness the Governor sign historic legislation which will provide family medical leave protections to six million more Californians. Senate Bill (SB) 1383 guarantees job-protected leave for Californians who work for an employer with five […]
Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP, a boutique worker’s rights firm, has now expanded its ranks by adding two more accomplished employment attorneys to its roster – Wendy Musell and Rebecca Kagin. Both women will be joining the firm as Of Counsel. Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP, with offices in Oakland, has championed justice and fairness […]
A recent Bloomberg article shined the light on an investor’s efforts to get Tesla to stop forcing its employees into arbitration in employment disputes. The automotive giant has faced multiple claims of race discrimination and the socially-responsible investor, Kristin Hull, is pushing for change through a shareholder resolution. As part of its coverage of this […]
The New York Times published an article discussing a lawsuit filed by LVBH on behalf of Emily Kramer against her former employer, the financial technology company Carta. In her lawsuit, Kramer alleges claims for gender discrimination, denial of equal pay, retaliation, and wrongful termination. As the article notes, Ms. Kramer claims that she was paid […]