Trial lawyer Lawrance Bohm already represents former employees in high-profile cases against rock star Eddie Money and Olympic snowboarder Shaun White. And he has won some of the largest employment verdicts in legal history. But he still wants to grow his Valley presence at his Woodland Hills law office, aiming to double its size by
Sacramento jurors, in a $1.1 million verdict Wednesday, sided with a state corrections employee who claimed her higher-ups did little or nothing to protect her from threats made by one of her subordinates, then retaliated against her when she complained of the threatening treatment…. To read the entire article about this verdict, head over to the
Lawrance Bohm has appeared on our radar recently with huge crazy verdicts, and stories about his technological prowess have been by him and discussed amongst ourselves… To read The Litigator article in full, click here: A Trip Inside the Mind of Lawrance Bohm.
…[The California Federation of Teachers] has forcefully lobbied to enact strong workplace medical disability and anti-discrimination laws. Yet, a lawsuit in Sacramento Superior Court for wrongful termination and age and gender discrimination describes an alleged Pandora’s Box of practices revealing a disconnect between what union leaders publicly proclaim and privately practice… To read the full
Irvine-based tech company eGumball will pay more than $538,000 in damages for unlawfully firing and discriminating against its own human resources manager upon her return from maternity leave, an Orange County jury ruled Thursday… To read the full article go to the OC Register.
During Tulane Law School’s 2014 skills-training boot camp, Sacramento attorney Lawrance Bohm (L ’00) gave civil litigation students an impromptu lesson in pretrial reality: awaiting a verdict from a California jury, he let students listen in on a conference call with the trial judge and opposing counsel when jurors sent out a written question… To
An administrative assistant is suing Lodi Memorial Hospital after she says she was fired for filing a harassment complaint against a doctor… To read the full article, go to CBS Sacramento’s website.
Nurse Macias’s life was turned upside down the day she was terminated. She joined the medical profession because she wanted to provide the best possible care for her patients. For twenty-five years, Nurse Macias received excellent reviews for her hard work and dedication to her patients in the Emergency Room. Nurse Macias was proud that