Jeffrey Steinberger is a veteran trial attorney and the founder and senior partner of
The Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Steinberger
, a Professional Corporation in Beverly Hills, California. He is also a renowned celebrity attorney, TV legal commentator and analyst, federally appointed SEC arbitrator and professor of law.
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Know what accommodations you're legally required to make when employees need time off work for religious observances.
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