Font size: bigger | smaller

Terms of Use

INTRODUCTION

Use of material presented on this site is subject to the following terms and conditions. You agree to these terms and conditions by accessing this site.

NO LEGAL SERVICES OR ATTORNEY CLIENT RELATIONSHIP

Although this web site may provide general information concerning potential legal issues, it is not a substitute for legal advice from an attorney who knows the facts of your particular situation. You should not and are not authorized to rely on this web site as a source of legal advice. Your use of this site does not create any attorney-client relationship between you and Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP.

NO WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

Information provided on this web site is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP periodically adds, changes, improves, or updates the information and documents on this web site without notice. Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the content of this web site. Your use of this web site is at your own risk. Under no circumstances and under no legal theory shall Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP or any other party involved in creating, producing, or delivering this web site's contents be liable to you or any other person for any indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any character arising from your access to, or use of, this web site.

COPYRIGHT

Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP claims a copyright in its works presented at this site. Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP authorizes you to view, copy, download, and print Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP documents on this web site, subject to the following conditions:

  • The documents may be used solely for personal, noncommercial, and informational purposes;
  • The documents may not be modified;
  • The following copyright notice and permission notice must appear in each document: "© Copyright 2019 Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP. All rights reserved. Documents available from this web site are protected by the copyright laws of the United States and international treaties. All use subject to Conditions of Use set forth at http://www.thespencerlawfirm.com/terms."

COMMERCIAL USE OF SPENCER JOHNSON MCCAMMON LLP WEB SITE MATERIALS AND SCREEN SHOTS

Reproduction, copying, or redistribution of materials on Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP web site for commercial purposes is prohibited without the express written permission of Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP. To obtain permission to copy portions of this site, please e-mail us and provide the following information in the body of the email:

  • The content you wish to use;
  • Where and how it will be used (for example, a book cover, magazine article, a brochure);
  • Where and how copies will be distributed and to what audience;
  • How many copies will be produced and distributed;
  • When you intend to publish;
  • What other materials will be associated with Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP content;
  • Your name, title, company, address, email address, and phone number.

We will evaluate your request and advise you as soon as possible. Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP reserves the right to refuse permission to copy, distribute, broadcast, or publish any of its copyrighted material, including text and images on our web site.

LINKS TO THIRD PARTY SITES

If you use any links in this web site to web sites not maintained by Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP, you will leave Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP web site. The linked sites are not under the control of Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP, and Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site. Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP provides these links to you only as a convenience and the inclusion of any link does not imply recommendation, approval or endorsement by Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP of the site.

Contact Us

Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP
2727 Camino del Rio South
Suite 140
San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: (619) 233-1313

Spencer Johnson McCammon Weekly

Spencer Johnson McCammon Weekly

Topic of the Week

Sex / Gender Discrimination

Sex or gender discrimination in employment involves treating someone unfavorably because of the person’s sex, whether they are applying for a job or are a current employee. Although women have made clear they have the ability to perform with the sam

Read more...

Blog of the Week

Reckoning With the Hidden Rules of Gender in the Tax Code: How Low Taxes on Corporations and the Wealthy Impact Women’s Economic Opportunity and Security

Reckoning With The Hidden Rules of Gender in the Tax Code, tackles some aspects of the tax code that shape corporate and individual behaviors in ways that have negative downstream effects on women and especially women of color.

Thought for the Week

"The masculine structure of the workplace — having men there for as many hours as [bosses] wanted — depends on the olden days, when men had someone at home who was taking care of all their needs. Definitions of fatherhood are changing, and definitions of motherhood are changing more quickly in our social worlds than they are in our work worlds. "

–Ann McGinley, co-director of the University of Nevada Las Vegas Workplace Law Program and author of Masculinity At Work: Employment Discrimination Through A Different Lens

List of the Week

from National Woman's Law Center

Equal Pay for Latinas

  • The wage gap between Latinas and white, non-Hispanic men is far larger than the wage gap between all women and all men.
  • Latinas nationally are typically paid just 54 cents for every dollar paid to white, non-Hispanic men.
  • Latinas’ share of high-wage jobs (defined as those in the 40 highest-paying jobs) is staggeringly low, at 3.1 percent

Top Five News Headlines

  1. When So-Called Work Ethic Replaces Productivity, American Families Suffer
  2. Labor Law: Can you legally deck the workplace halls?
  3. How a Gig Worker Revolt Begins
  4. Stunning $20M Jury Verdict In Sexual Orientation Discrimination Case
  5. Dollar General to Pay $6 Million to Settle EEOC Class Race Discrimination Suit