Every start-up experiences growing pains. The process of hiring more employees and increasing your size carries with it headaches that most entrepreneurs would rather avoid.
The movies have conditioned us that stolen trade secrets are the result of an eastern-Europe originated cyber breach or the result of a daring break-in where the Tom Cruise-looking spy navigates through your maze of lasers security system to hack into your data center. And before you know it, your trade secrets are gone.
Most people in California simply want to go to their jobs and perform their job-related tasks to the best of their abilities. Unfortunately, the actions of others can make this a difficult task. While sexual harassment is illegal, victims should at the least be able to expect that their employers will help them take appropriate action to resolve such treatment. If help does not come, victims may have no choice but to turn to litigation.