How Much Time Do I Have to File a Sexual Harassment Lawsuit?

The sexual harassment statute of limitations in California is that a victim must file a charge of discrimination with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) within ONE YEAR from the date of the last incident of sexual harassment. The victim then has the option to ask the DFEH to investigate the claim or  Read More …

Common Mistake #9 – Failing to File an Administrative Complaint in Time

As a prerequisite for a lawsuit for sexual harassment in California, a potential plaintiff is required to get a right to sue letter from either the DFEH or the EEOC. If an administrative claim to the DFEH or the EEOC is not filed within the time period provided by the applicable statute of limitations, then  Read More …