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| EMPLOYMENT DEFENSE
With their broad knowledge and distinctive experience in representing employers, our attorneys work to minimize costs and maximize efficiency in all employment and business matters. From the outset of corporate formation to potential lawsuits filed against employers, Carlson & Jayakumar’s attorneys work with employers step-by-step, through any issue that arises.
| HEALTHCARE LAW
Carlson & Jayakumar’s attorneys have extensive experience in representing and advising hospitals and healthcare providers in all aspects of law. Our attorneys have aided in the formation of numerous, successful professional corporations and have represented many hospitals, doctors and other healthcare providers in litigation matters.
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NEWS & INSIGHTS
Historically, many employers have not paid employees who work in the field for time spent or expenses incurred traveling from their home to the first customer of the day and back home from the last customer of the day. This could change after a recent decision holding that California employers may be responsible for wage…Read More
In response to the economic impact of COVID-19, President Donald J. Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201) (“FFCRA”) into law on March 18, 2020. The new law has several important implications for California employers including amending the Family and Medical Leave Act and providing additional paid sick leave for employees. Both…Read More
Carlson & Jayakumar LLP, a Southern California-based employment litigation and healthcare law firm, announced today that the firm has opened a new office to better serve clients in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas. “Opening a second office was an important goal for 2019,” said Founding Partner, Jehan N. Jayakumar. “We are hopeful that expanding…Read More
Last October, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 51 into law, adding Labor Code section 432.6 into the Labor Code. This new section prohibits employers from requiring, as a condition of employment, that an applicant or employee agree to arbitrate claims brought specifically under California’s Labor Code or Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”).…Read More
San Diego Physician magazine, a publication of the San Diego County Medical Society, recently published an article authored by Founding Partner Jehan N. Jayakumar on steps medical practices can take to mitigate the risk of a sexual harassment lawsuit. The article discusses Business and Professions Code Section 726 and Business and Professions Code Section 729,…Read More