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The Bloom Firm News December 13, 2016

New overtime laws give help to middle class

Update: Since this story was originally published, a federal judge in Texas has put the new overtime rules on hold by issuing a preliminary injunction, in response to a pair of cases brought by business groups and 21 states. The delay will stand until the judge renders a decision, or the federal government seeks an appeal. […]

How the law will keep President Trump in check

By Lisa Bloom, Avvo Legal Analyst “Winning is easy. Governing is harder.” – Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton Candidate Donald Trump ran on a bold “us v. them” agenda: deport undocumented immigrants, racially profile Muslims, build a giant wall with Mexico, and much more. President Trump is about to hit a wall of his own, as he […]

BREAKING: woman who sued Donald Trump for child rape breaks her silence today

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WOMAN WHO SUED DONALD TRUMP FOR CHILD RAPE WILL APPEAR FOR THE FIRST TIME AND SPEAK OUT WITH HER NEW ATTORNEY LISA BLOOM TODAY   More than four months ago a woman using the pseudonym “Jane Doe” sued Donald Trump for a series of sexual assaults that she alleges occurred at […]

Statement of Lisa Bloom, Attorney for Nathalie Gosset

October 6, 2016 For immediate release: BLOOM FIRM SUES USC FOR ALLEGED SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND RETALIATION ON BEHALF OF FEMALE SENIOR MANAGER IN STEM FIELD The Bloom Firm represents Nathalie Gosset, a former employee of the Alfred Mann Institute of Biomedical Engineering at USC. Ms. Gosset alleges that twelve years of employment, she was fired […]

The Bloom Firm News September 27, 2016

Debate: Trump is very wrong about “stop and frisk”

In response to a question in Monday night’s presidential debate about how to heal America’s racial divide, Donald Trump proposed that police stop and frisk more often. Moderator Lester Holt pointed out, “Stop and frisk was ruled unconstitutional in New York largely because it singled out black and Hispanic young men.” “No, you’re wrong,” Trump […]