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Podcast: “America Out Loud- Let the Silent Voices be Heard”

From the Podcast: Few things are more powerful than faith. And few things are more devastating than when that faith is abused. On this episode of Thread of Evidence, Dr. Joni Johnston talks with John D. Winer, an attorney who has prosecuted numerous cases of sexual abuse by religious leaders. During the interview, they explore… read more

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Abuse Survivors Now Have More Time to Fight Back

By John D. Winer Patrick Von Horn’s first memory of childhood abuse was of his mother screaming bloody murder after she witnessed a priest raping him. The horrifying attack is one of many instances of clergy abuse that Patrick repressed from his mind for decades until his mother’s death five years ago. “At first, I… read more

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California Restaurants: Worst Offenders for Sexual Harassment?

A recent special report in the California Business Journal highlighted the rampant problem of sexual harassment in the California restaurant industry. Winer, Burritt & Tillis’s partner, John Winer, featured prominently in the report as a legal expert. In this blog post, we summarize the report and discuss how California’s anti-discrimination laws seek to protect restaurant… read more

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John D. Winer nominated as 2019 Top 10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys in California by American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys

**PRESS RELEASE** The American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys has recognized the exceptional performance of California’s Personal Injury Attorney John D. Winer as 2019 10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys for Client Satisfaction. The American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys is a third-party attorney rating organization that publishes an annual list of the Top 10 Personal… read more

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Sexual Harassment at UC Davis Indicative of Entire UC System

A 31-year employee of UC Davis was subjected to a period of sexual harassment by her immediate superior in spite of her speaking up over the incident multiple times and his known past behavior. The woman accuses The UC Board of Regents of turning a blind eye to the perpetrator’s harassing behavior over a period… read more

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