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12 responses to “We’ve Been Named a Top 100 Legal Blog!”

  1. Great work! That is an impressive accomplishment. Keep up the good work.

  2. Weidmann Law says:

    That’s great going. Congrats and and wish to see more and more quality posts in the future.

  3. I know the drill. It seems hard to find the time to post. Some days you’re just not feeling it either. Scheduling and discipline are important for developing consistency for a blogger. Just write what you feel. Some of my most popular posts are the quick ones where I just go with the feeling and ad-lib!

  4. Eugene Lee says:

    Thank you both! I’m really trying to keep up but it’s getting harder and harder to find the time nowadays. Wish I could blog 24/7.

  5. CONGRATULATIONS! As I am reading your many good posts, since 2006, the consensus is that it is an overdue honor. Don’t stop blogging!

  6. That’s a great new to be heard. Good job done & expect the same from you in the future.
    Once again, Congratulations.

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7 responses to “I’m Baaaack (and with a Jury Verdict to report)”

  1. Doug Park says:

    Gene,

    Excellent job my old friend. We need more attorneys like you are willing to take on the tough and worthy fights.

  2. Stevie says:

    Congratulations, Eugene! Thanks so much for standing up for the little guy. This gives the rest of us “little guys” who are fighting similar battles much hope and encouragement.

    Would you be willing to do a blog post on how to file California FEHA discrimination claims in federal court as well as the reasoning why? This is really fascinating to me.

    Once again, thanks and congratulations for a job well done!

    • Eugene Lee says:

      Stevie,

      Thank you so much for the comment. So many employee lawsuits are a case of David v. Goliath — so this win is for all the “Davids” out there. Take heart!

      And that’s a great idea for a blog post and I will definitely put that one in the hopper. Federal court definitely comes with its set of challenges, but every now and then, it’s superior to State court.

  3. Marc says:

    Nice looking site you have – are you having fun with it? It’s interesting and well worth the time to visit.

  4. Eugene Lee says:

    Jeff, that is very kind of you to say. Thank you.

    Gene

  5. Jeff Mehalic says:

    Congratulations on your victory, which I just read about on Carolyn Elefant’s My Shingle.

    You demonstrated that the right to trial by jury is usually a plaintiff’s only means to level the playing field.
    Keep up the good work.

    Jeff Mehalic

  6. Big Verdicts Require Big Salaries and Benefits…

    Half a million dollar verdicts are very rare in employment cases. As I have explained to many clients, the big dollar verdicts generally go to the clients with big lost income. CEO’s, doctors, etc. get the big verdicts because……

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3 responses to “We’ve been named a Top 100 Employment Law Blog!”

  1. That’s really a huge set of list (must say a database). Just visited that blog, but i didn’t look at the list. But got to know about the list through your blog. Thanks for sharing it. Great service.

  2. Congratulations to the those selected ones.

    LLC

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Yours Truly Will Be MIA for 3 Weeks

Sorry folks but it looks like I won’t be posting here for a while. I’m about to head into 3 straight weeks of back-to-back depositions (lawyer-speak for witness interviews in a lawsuit). For the non-lawyers out there, that’s a LOT of depos. I’ll get back to posting as soon as the craziness lets up. Until… Continue Reading

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3 responses to “Thank You to Michael Fox of “Jottings by an Employer’s Lawyer””

  1. link kerja says:

    I think, from now on, we must change our perspective about the job. for example, a director of the company do not consider employees as subordinates but rather as a partner.

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12 responses to “I’ll Be Taking A Brief Break from Posting”

  1. Understandable, hopefully you are back in action soon!

  2. ToNtoimeillum says:

    This looks cool so far, what’s up people?
    If it’s not just all bots here, let me know. I’m looking to network
    Oh, and yes I’m a real person LOL.

    Peace,

  3. BlueHornet says:

    This look interesting,so far.
    If it’s not just all bots here, let me know. I’m looking to network
    Oh, and yes I’m a real person LOL.

    Later,

  4. mageWhafeft says:

    Hello. It is test.

  5. Eugene Lee says:

    Overworked but still having fun – thanks for asking, james!

  6. jamesceagez says:

    Hey how are you doing 🙂

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One response to “A Selection of Interesting Articles from Legal Blogs Around the World”

  1. Judges are humans. Some are incredible and smart, and some simply stick to their opinion vs. the law, and the outcome can be negative.

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3 – 2 – 1 Liftoff!

Welcome to CaLaborLaw.com, a website that discusses the latest legal news and tips for employees in the fast-changing area of California labor and employment law. Recent court decisions show that employee rights in California are under assault. Yet the public hardly knows or cares. CaLaborLaw.com seeks to change this and make a difference. If you’re… Continue Reading

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