Year: 2016

Sanford Heisler Obtains Damages Award Against High-Profile Financial Advisor Kyle Harrington

Posted December 12th, 2016. A FINRA arbitration panel in San Diego issued an award to plaintiff, investor Ted Zimbelman, for damages against National Securities Corporation and San Diego-based high-profile broker Kyle Harrington in a claim alleging securities fraud and other investment-related violations. In a victory for Zimbelman, the FINRA panel ruled that Harrington and his employer National Securities Corporation must…

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What to Look for in a Class Action Lawyer

When you believe that you have a class action lawsuit on your hands, the most important thing to consider is the lawyer you choose to represent you. Whenever you choose a lawyer, there are many factors to consider, such as expertise in the field. But when choosing a class action lawyer, there are many more considerations to take into account. Factors in…

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Understanding Gender Discrimination in the Workplace

It’s still one of the major problems facing employees in the workplace today –- gender discrimination. According to a research study by TNS, 68 percent of women who were surveyed believe gender discrimination still exists. What is Considered Gender Discrimination? Discrimination all comes down to unequal treatment on the basis of the employee’s sex. According to Title VII of the Civil Rights…

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Legal Assistant Alumni

hires legal assistants on a regular schedule. The Firm also hires individuals for the legal assistant role with 1-2 years of experience or with non-legal graduate degrees. Our legal assistants go on to study at the most prestigious graduate institutions in the country. Meet Some of Our Past Legal Assistants Al Brooks: Al joined San Francisco office after graduating from Swarthmore College…

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Former SDSU Coach Beth Burns Wins Wrongful Termination Lawsuit

Posted September 28th, 2016. This article first appeared in San Diego Union-Tribune on September 28, 2016. By Dan Stack According to Mark Zeigler of the The San Diego Union-Tribune, ex-San Diego State (SDSU) women’s basketball coach Beth Burns has won her lawsuit against her former employer from wrongful termination. Zeigler writes that as a result Burns will receive a $3.35…

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Sanford Heisler Scores Win for Former San Diego State University Women’s Basketball Coach

Posted September 28th, 2016. BETH BURNS AWARDED $3.35+M FOR UNLAWFUL TERMINATION For more information contact Jamie Moss, newsPRos,201-493-1027, [email protected] September 28, 2016 – Beth Burns, the winningest women’s basketball coach in San Diego State University history (SDSU), racked up another huge victory today – this one totaling $3,356,250– in California Superior Court in San Diego. SDSU terminated Burns in April 2013…

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Sanford Heisler, LLP Files $100 Million Gender Discrimination Class Action Against Chadbourne & Parke LLP On Behalf of Female Partners

Posted August 31st, 2016. Complaint Charges Nationally Renowned Law Firm of Discriminating Against Female Partners in Pay and Bonuses NEW YORK, Aug. 31, 2016 — Chadbourne & Parke LLP, one of the country’s powerhouse law firms, boasts on its website that it aims “to build and maintain a diverse and inclusive community” of lawyers.  A $100 million class action complaint filed…

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Sanford Heisler and Chaikin Sherman Expand Class Action Against Rabbi Voyeur and Religious Institutions by Adding Beth Din of America As A New Defendant

Posted August 16th, 2016. SUIT SEEKS OVER $100 MILLION FOR VICTIMS For more information, contact Jamie Moss, newsPRos,201-493-1027, [email protected] August 16, 2016, Washington, DC – Today, Sanford Heisler, LLP and Chaikin Sherman Cammarata Siegel P.C. filed an amended complaint in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia on behalf of victims of Rabbi Bernard “Barry” Freundel, the rabbi currently serving…

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