Megan Lewis

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Megan provides representation and legal counsel to Liebert Cassidy Whitmore clients in a variety of labor and employment contexts. She is experienced in all stages of litigation, drafting motions, analyzing legal issues, and has an excellent track record of providing extensive communication to clients.

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A California Court of Appeal recently found that the City and County of San Francisco’s disciplinary procedure for police officers is not compliant with the Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights Act (“POBRA”), which requires that all California law enforcement agencies provide officers with certain minimum procedural rights.  In Morgado v. City and County of San Francisco (13 Cal.App.5th 1), which was published on June 27, 2017, the Court of Appeal reiterated that officers…
In 2015, women earned 80% of what men earned, according to the United States Census Bureau.  The disparity is even more prevalent for women of color.  But California has taken steps to close the wage gap, including amendments to the Equal Pay Act in 2016 and 2017, and more equalizing legislation may be on the horizon. As discussed in a previous blog post, California amended its version of the Equal Pay Act in…
Many kids and adults alike look forward to summer all year. Summer means longer days, more ice cream, and no school. However, summer can also mean challenges for employers. Though the issues discussed below can come up any time of year, employers often find that they crop up more frequently during the summer months. The tips below will help employers get ahead of potential problems, and make summer feel like a day at the beach.…
The holiday season is behind us, but we are still in the thick of cold and flu season.  It seems like everyone you pass on the street or stand next to on the bus is sneezing, coughing, or blowing their nose.  With so many people sick, it’s not surprising that many people have also encountered the same sneezing and coughing from a colleague who is sick but came to work anyway. When sick employees come…