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Fair Employment and Housing Act

A state law that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities. If you believe you’ve been discriminated against at work because you’re disabled and want more information on your rights under the FEHA, contact the state Department of Fair Employment and Housing at 1-800-884-1684. In some cases, the FEHA provides more protection than the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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Final Judgment

A Judgment conclusively determining the rights of the parties and disposing of the entire controversy before the court, or of some separable portion thereof, so that, immediately after the judgment or an appeal there from is rendered, the only judicial business that remains is enforcement of that judgment.

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Forseeability

The requirement that the case must be judged on the unique facts as they were at the time of the occurrence; not in retrospect or with hindsight.

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Filing

The act of sending or delivering a document to an employer or a government agency as part of a legal process. The date of filing is the date the document is received.

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Fraud

Any knowingly false or fraudulent statement for the purpose of obtaining or denying benefits. The penalties for committing fraud are fines up to $150,000 and/or imprisonment for up to five years.

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