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Sexual Harassment at Work: What to Do if Your Harasser Is Your Ex

Many companies have a non-fraternization policy among coworkers. Part of the policy is intended to keep employees focused on work. If you’re not wasting company time getting sidetracked with business hour flirtations and long lunches, more gets done and more money gets made. Another reason has to do with romantic relationships between employees that sour…

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When Prison Guards Become the Perpetrators

If you have been sexually assaulted by prison staff or officials, you have a right to pursue both a criminal case to punish your abusers and a civil claim for the damages inflicted on you. The harmful psychological effects of rape can take years to move past, even with proper treatment. How big of a…

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Taylor & Ring Named to Best Law Firms for 2021

Taylor & Ring is proud to announce that the firm has once again been selected for inclusion in the Best Law Firms list, for the 2021 edition. The firm has also been named Tier 1 in the Los Angeles Metropolitan area for its work in: Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs Product Liability Litigation – Plaintiffs…

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The Case against Danny Masterson

The last few years have forced a reckoning in Hollywood. Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby have stood trial, and countless others – Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K., Matt Lauer, etc. – have been exposed for their years of abuse and sexual assault. Danny Masterson’s time may finally be at an end, too. He has been charged…

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California Law on Peer-on-Peer Sexual Abuse

The common perception about sexual crimes and those who commit them are that they are committed by adult men mostly against women and sometimes against children. However, the perpetrators of sexual abuse are sometimes children committing offenses against other children. Almost 1 in 3 perpetrators of child sex abuse are below the age of 18.…

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Attorney Neil Gehlawat Speaks with USA TODAY about “Spit Hoods” and Police Misconduct

Combat veteran Gregory Lloyd Edwards died in 2018 after an altercation with corrections officers at the Brevard County Jail, Florida. At the time, the county medical examiner concluded Edwards’ cause of death was something called “excited delirium and complications,” due to a “hyperactive and violent state with subsequent restraint.” His death was ruled an accident.…

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