Employees are too reluctant to assert their legal rights

My latest cases against Walgreens and Uber show how big business has convinced most employees not to stand up for themselves — and the importance of choosing to do new things to get to new places in life

For the past two years my law firm has been representing California Walgreens Store Managers in court, accepting clients through a dedicated website. We now represent more than 125 of them in Aguilar v. Walgreens. Walgreens pays its store managers a salary, and they do some management work. But not that much, in most cases. Walgreens…