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2
Responsive
design
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For each image
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many optional parameters
for each image
Ultra-Smooth Zoom In/Out Effect
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Animated text from any direction
top, bottom, left and right
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Our core values are Integrity and Client Loyalty.We will fight for your Employment Rights.

Aparicio-Mercado LAW, L.C.

Aparicio-Mercado Law L.C. helps employers and employees. Our core values are integrity and client loyalty. We will fight for your employment rights! We primarily handle Employment Law cases.

Our main area of practice is employment law. Our firm handles harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination and wage and hour cases on both individual and class action levels. Our practice also includes pre-litigation negotiations, motion, hearing and trial work. We also refer clients out who have Personal Injury, Family Law, Trusts and Wills (Estate Planning), Real Estate, Intellectual Property (copyright), Bankruptcy, Credit Repair and Workers’ Compensation cases.

 

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  • WAGE AND HOUR AND LABOR CODE VIOLATIONS

Wrongful Termination

If someone fires you because you belong to a protected category that could mean that you have a wrongful termination case. Wrongful termination based on race, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender preference, sexual orientation, medical condition, disability, marital status, veteran's status, FMLA, pregnancy, or reporting of illegal activity. Wrongful Termination

Wage and Hour

You should contact us if you think you may have a claim because the California Labor Codes lead the nation in wage protection for workers, and there are a lot of different claims you may be able to bring. Wage and hour and Labor Code violations including unpaid wages, unpaid overtime wages, late pay, bounced pay checks, missed meal breaks, missed rest breaks, failure to provide accurate pay stubs, refusal to provide water, refusal to provide a chair, failure to maintain accurate employee records, premium pay for working split shifts, reporting pay where less than half the scheduled shift is worked, and similar claims. Wage and Hour

Discrimination

You may have a case for discrimination if you have been treated unequally on the basis of belonging to a protected category. Under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”) and under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act (“Title VII”), protected categories include: race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition.Discrimination

Harassment

You may have a case for harassment if someone teased, bothered, or made you feel uncomfortable based on any of the following categories: race, sex, national origin, sexual orientation and more. The harassment must meet the severe or pervasive standard. (Etter v. Veriflo Corp. (1998) 67 Cal.App.4th 457, 464-465 [79 Cal.Rptr.2d 33]) In addition, you will have to prove that the harassment was all about you belonging to a protected category. Harassment

Retaliation

Pursuant to California Labor Code Section 1102.5 workers are protected against retaliation for reporting illegal activities internally to an employer or for reporting to an outside government agency. This reflects amendments to our Labor Code Section 1102.5 which specifies that employees no longer have to report to an outside government agency to be protected from retaliation. Current law states that as long as an employee reports an employer’s illegal activities to a person with authority over the employee or another employee who has the authority to investigate, discover, or correct the violation or noncompliance, that employee is protected from retaliation and wrongful termination.

Retaliation

Hostile Work Environment

Hostile work environment occurs when harassment has becomes so pervasive and permeates the work place so that it creates an abusive work environment. Although this can occur based on any of the protected categories, the standard is set forth in terms of sexual harassment. "The elements are: (1) plaintiff belongs to a protected group; (2) plaintiff was subject to unwelcome sexual harassment; (3) the harassment complained of was based on sex; (4) the harassment complained of was sufficiently pervasive so as to alter the conditions of employment and create an abusive working environment; and (5) respondeat superior." (Fisher v. San Pedro Peninsula Hospital (1989) 214 Cal.App.3d 590, 608 [262 Cal.Rptr. 842].

Hostile Environment