The Law Office of Richard Vaznaugh

Experts in Workplace Rights for Bay Area Workers

1388 Sutter Street, Suite 1000
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: (415) 593-0076
Fax: (415) 653-8935

Practice Areas

The Law Office of Richard Vaznaugh assists plaintiffs in the following areas of employment law: Stock Option Disputes, Age Discrimination, Pensions and Benefits, Trade Secrets, Severance Packages, Physical and Drug Tests, Gender and Sex Discrimination, Libel and Slander, Defamation, Employment Contracts, Employment Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Family and Medical Leave, Race or Nationality Discrimination, Covenants Not to Compete, Wrongful Termination, Workplace Disputes, Disability Discrimination, Reasonable Accommodation, Pregnancy Discrimination, Pregnancy Leave, Sick Leave, Gay and Lesbian Rights, Wages and Overtime Pay.

Vaznaugh Weekly Weekly

Topic of the Week

Sweating the Small Stuff: Avoiding Job Hunting Mistakes

You know the phrase, "don't sweat the small stuff"? It applies great in life, but when it comes to job interviews, the little stuff often has a huge impact on getting hired.

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Blog of the Week

Texas has a new plan to discriminate against LGBT people

Texas’ anti-transgender bill has seemingly stalled, but inspired by North Carolina, Republican state lawmakers have a new plan to expand discrimination against LGBT people.

Thought for the Week

"When you are asked if you can do a job, tell 'em, 'Certainly I can!' Then get busy and find out how to do it."

–Theodore Roosevelt

List of the Week

from New York Times

We're Getting Smarter: Really

  • Kenyan children's IQ has gained nearly one point a year
  • American IQ has been rising 3 points per decade
  • Removal of lead from gasoline may have added 6 points
     

Top Five News Headlines

  1. Retired Miners Lament Trump’s Silence on Imperiled Health Plan
  2. OPINION: I worked at a company famous for sexual harassment. The O’Reilly firing isn’t surprising.
  3. Facebook Gives Staff Green Light to Join May 1 Political Protests
  4. Labor Department asks for third delay in overtime rule appeal
  5. Most H-1B workers are paid less, but it depends on the type of job