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Hadsell Stormer Richardson & Renick LLP becomes co-lead counsel in landmark Dukes v. Wal-Mart, Inc. case

Hadsell Stormer Richardson & Renick, LLP is now serving as counsel for the plaintiffs in one of the most significant discrimination cases in decades:  Dukes v. Wal-Mart, Inc. The case is currently being litigated as a class action before the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of California.  In addition to HSRR, the Plaintiffs continue to be represented by Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC; the Impact Fund; Davis Cowell & Bowe LLP, and Equal Rights Advocates (ERA). Partner Randy Renick will serve as co-lead counsel for the plaintiffs in Dukes v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. with Joseph M. Sellers, of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC. Mr. Renick replaces former co-lead counsel Brad Seligman, of the Impact Fund, who recently was appointed Alameda (Calif.) Superior Court Judge.

All of Hadsell Stormer's name partners recognized as Super Lawyers

Barbara Hadsell, Dan Stormer, Anne Richardson, and Randy Renick, the name partners of Hadsell Stormer Richardson & Renick, LLP, have each been recognized by Super Lawyers® Magazine in its Annual Top Attorneys List in 2013.  Dan Stormer has been named to the list of Top 100 attorneys in Southern California each year since the recognition's inception, and Anne Richardson has been named to the list of Top 50 Women Lawyers in 2013. 

Models' class action lawsuit could come to touch California

Models are banding together in a class action lawsuit seeking compensation from some of the nation's top modeling firms. Although this lawsuit is occurring outside of California, it could encourage other models across the nation, including Los Angeles, to take up the same cause and pursue legal action. The class action lawsuit names Ford Models, Next Management and Wilhelmina among the defendants. Some ad agencies are also named.

California class action lawsuit over human testing will be heard

It may seem like something straight out of science fiction, but a California judge has given the go-ahead for current and former military personnel who may have been experimented on by the government to join a class action lawsuit. The government has claimed that as many as 100,000 people were used for human experimentation between the years of 1922 and 1975. The class action lawsuit could lift the veil over soldiers who can now come forward and talk about what they experienced at the hands of the government.

Can a formal complaint stem a California class action lawsuit?

There are a large number of complaints that are filed in and emanate from workplaces here and across the country each year. These complaints are usually filed when a California employee feels like they have been treated unfairly. However, a formal complaint recently filed in another state has alleged that his civil rights have been violated due to new hiring laws that went into place long after the man began working for Wells Fargo Bank. The man's complaint may serve as the starting point of a class action lawsuit, which allows many employees who have been subjected to the same claims of discrimination, to seek relief before the courts. If class action status is achieved and it is proven that the man was victimized discriminatory policies in his employment, penalties and financial relief may apply.

Facebook snooping could violate California employee's rights

Young people are probably the most social media conscious individuals. Many of them realize that what they put on their social media networks can easily go viral on the Internet. Now, employers are especially interested in taking a peek at what potential job candidates are posting on Facebook.

Rampant with retaliation: Bureau of Prisons faces lawsuits

They help secure our communities. The 35,000 people that work in our federal prisons face violence from inmates every day at work. Hoping to provide us all with more secure communities, these people help keep over 214,000 inmates off our streets. Aside from the violence and harassment they face from inmates, the workers of the Federal Bureau of Prisons are facing a systemic problem of workplace retaliation.

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