Thyberg Law Blog
California’s New Workplace Violence Restraining Order Law Explained
Employment law attorney Gregory Thyberg explains Senate Bill 428, California’s new workplace violence restraining order law.
Types of Wrongful Termination: Discrimination, Retaliation, and More
Employers who violate certain laws when terminating employment may be held liable. Learn more as we look at common types of wrongful termination. If you…
What Does Harassment Look Like in a Remote Workplace?
Workplace harassment lawyer Gregory Thyberg provides examples of what harassment looks like in a remote workplace. If you have been subject to harassment or discrimination…
Unpaid Wages for Unused Vacation Days: What Are My Legal Rights?
It’s illegal for employers to refuse to provide unpaid wages for unused vacation days. Find out what your legal rights are to recover your unpaid…
California False Claims: Qui Tam Action Statute of Limitations
How long do you have to file a qui tam action under the California False Claims Act (CFCA)? Our whistleblower law attorney looks at deadlines…
The History of Qui Tam Laws
Attorney Gregory Thyberg in Sacramento, CA, has represented many plaintiffs who choose to step forward in these cases. We invite you to take a look…
CROWN Act: About the California Hair Discrimination Law
The CROWN Act was signed into California law in 2019. What is it and how does it work? Our employment law attorneys have answers. For…
Qui Tam vs. False Claim Cases
Attorney Gregory Thyberg provides an overview of the False Claims Act and explains the difference between qui tam vs. false claim cases.
Does My Company Have to Hold My Job While I’m on Medical Leave?
State and federal laws protect workers on leave to care for sick family members. Lawyer Gregory Thyberg explains how these laws apply to job protection.
Sexual Harassment Statistics
Sexual harassment in the workplace is more common than most people realize. Here, attorney Gregory Thyberg presents sexual harassment statistics.