iStock_000013304337Large_72dpi.jpgCalifornia’s Military and Veterans Code contains protections against discrimination for members of the armed forces.  Recently, the issue of whether an individual can be held personally liable for discrimination was addressed.

In Haligowski v. Superior Court of Los Angeles County, the Court of Appeal held that employees who are members of the armed forces

This guest post was authored by Timothy Owen

This is the second installment of a 2-part series on military leave law.  Part 1 discussed basic principles.  This installment explains why the position to which a returning veteran is reinstated depends on whether advancement in that particular job classification is based on seniority or merit.