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Month: March 2016

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

Is your job exempt from overtime pay? Part 2

It would be easy to say that 90 percent of jobs do not fall under these exemptions. Unfortunately, this is not true. As discussed in a previous article, overtime is not an automatic right for many jobs. This article will

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Your employer cannot discriminate based on national origin

Discrimination based on sex, skin color and religion are easy to spot and highly ingrained in the American psyche. But a less well-known factor in discrimination is national origin. National origin is not discrimination based upon immigrant status, it is

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Is your job exempt from overtime pay, pt. 1?

The Fair Labor Standards Act (or “FLSA”) establishes many minimum standards for workers’ rights. Among these standards is mandatory minimum and overtime pay. The minimum wage, depending on your job, is typically $7.25. Overtime generally activates when you work either (a) more

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Some tips for adolescent seasonal employment

With the summer coming up, the tradition of high school students working part-time or seasonal jobs is kicking off. This is a tradition that goes all the way back to when families began migrating to cities and schools began offering

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Debunking myths about sexual harassment, pt. 2

Sexual harassment is a difficult problem to tackle because it involves complex human interactions that are difficult to break down and analyze after the fact. There are numerous factors that contribute to male and female interactions. As discussed in a prior

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Tips for working outside in the winter, pt. 3

Spring is in the air, but cold snaps and harsh weather remains a real possibility. The CDC released some tips for working safely out in the elements. As discussed in a prior article, cold weather illnesses can sneak up on you.

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Some criminal cases in T-bone collisions are dismissed

When a family loses a loved one to the negligence of another driver in a T-bone collision, they might hope that the criminal justice system will provide some closure. However, criminal cases against drivers believed to have caused T-bone collisions

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