There are many brands in the women and men`s accessories market and there are so many that we do not even know the existence of some of them and it is only when somebody tells that we ever come to know about them. One such brand, very famous for women handbags and slings is the YSL. Yves Saint Laurent (YSL) is one very popular name not only for their YSL bags with compartments but for all their accessories range. They deal in perfumes, costumes, bags, designer clothes and everything that comes under the accessories tag and all of these are seen with their brand name on them and this is how they get recognized. But this market is loaded with duplicate products and there are many counterfeits for this particular brand. They look and feel so much like the originals that many people end up buying their duplicates and finally are cheated. This is illegal and the customer is at full freedom to take legal actions against the dealers of such swindled products. Now let`s discuss the situations that call for a legal action.
The first thing where the end customers get cheated is the quality they are served with. Generally, the counterfeits of a popular brand like YSL, do not and cannot promise the same quality of the original and this is one major primary reason for somebody filing a statement against the fraudulent brand.
Secondly, the products that are sold under the original tag do not come with the original logo or come with some minor changes in the name and logo displayed or printed on them. This is again one major reason for a person to take the issue to the court of law. The consumer courts are bound to take up such cases where the customer is under trouble and damages due to the existence of such duplicates.
A person takes up a job to earn his bread and butter. To be able to hold up a job in a congenial environment is what every employee wishes for. Nobody likes to deal with difficult bosses who always threaten to fire their employees because of their whims and fancies and for no concrete reason whatsoever. Getting fired can be an extremely painful and stressful experience. The at- will employment laws in California are reigning in the present scenario. Getting fired may not be because someone is at fault. If at all any employee ever gets fired, here is a checklist of what you need to do to look after your interests. Things you need to know in case you get fired
Did I get all my dues?
According to California, law employers have to clear all dues and pay all wages due to the employee at the time of termination.
Apart from wages what else do I need to check about?
If the payments were delayed at the time of termination, then you are entitled to claim to wait time penalties as well. It is calculated according to the employee’s daily wages multiplied by the total number of days that the payment was delayed.
Can I claim unemployment benefits?
You can receive unemployment benefits until you take up employment in any other organization.
Was my termination unlawful?
If at any point in time, despite being aware of the termination ‘at-will ‘clause you feel you were terminated unjustly based on racial discrimination or any physical harassment issues, can be dealt with some legal intervention. If the reasons are illegal the employer has to justify your termination. Consultation with employment law experts to deal with such kind of termination issues is highly recommended.