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Month: November 2014

We fight for victims’ full and fair recovery in employment law, harassment, sexual abuse and personal injury cases.

Rollover accidents, other collisions kill 8 in Missouri

Cars are amazing feats of technology, and loving cars and other vehicles may be considered an ingrained aspect of American culture. Unfortunately, there might be little doubt that they can become exceptionally dangerous in the blink of an eye, especially

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Tips for Missouri workers dealing with bad bosses

It’s a nightmarish reality with which many Missouri workers have to cope with on a daily basis — having a truly lousy boss. Whether it’s lack of management ability, poor people skills or sociopathic character traits, a bad boss can

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Most employee benefits are not protected by law

While federal and state laws in Missouri and elsewhere do specify that employees are legally entitled to certain benefits like unemployment and workers’ compensation, no employees are specifically entitled to benefits from their company. Providing employees with benefits like paid

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What is the federal minimum wage?

The federal minimum wage for non-exempt, covered employees is governed by the Fair Labor Standards Act. Since July 24, 2009, it has been set at $7.25 per hour. However, employees in states with a higher minimum wage must be paid

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Religious discrimination in the workplace remains illegal

Our nation was founded by those seeking protection from persecution for practicing the religion of their choice. Yet still today there are instances where workers face religious harassment for simply following the tenets of their chosen faith. When some employees

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Can I be fired for what's on my work computer?

Missouri workers may wonder just how much right to privacy they have on the job. In short, not very much. As the premises, the facilities and the equipment all technically are the property of the employer, they have the right

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