In The Media
Katie Fiester of LAAW's Wage Protection Program was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, praising a new federal law allowing tips to be pooled between waiters and certain other restaurant staff in the “chain of service” (like cooks and bussers). “When it comes to tips, the more regulated they are and the more transparent they are, the better it is for the workers who earn them,” she said
Slate wrote a terrific article featuring Legal Aid at Work's cutting-edge medical-legal partnerships. We’re incredibly proud of the innovative work Sharon Terman, Julia Parish, Jenna Gerry, Katie Wutchiett, and our entire Work & Family team are doing every day!
Legal Aid at Work Client Helen James Receives Honorable Discharge from the Air Force 60 years Later
Legal Aid at Work's King Szeto on new laws for PFL and protections for new parents
Pueda ahora llegar hasta el 70% del salario, una prestación financiada por los propios asalariados