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Category: Employment Law

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

5 Ways a Gender Discrimination Attorney Can Help You

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a trailblazer for gender discrimination, and in the years since she won her first gender discrimination case, there have been significant advancements in the legal field – including precedent for protected classes, such as women. A

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What Does an Employment Lawyer Do?

Employment law can be extremely complicated, as it encompasses a variety of legal services for both employees and employers. So, what does an employment lawyer do? They do just about anything you can imagine to protect your rights as an

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Overcoming age discrimination in your job search

Most older job candidates can claim a wide variety of work experiences and an impressive depth of knowledge. Unfortunately for those looking for work in their 50s and 60s, managers performing job interviews often harbor prejudices against older job seekers.

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Social Media Searches Leading to Employment Discrimination?

Today, Missouri employers are using social media searches to make hiring decisions. However, both the Federal and Missouri employment discrimination acts prohibit certain questions, including questions regarding pregnancy and family planning. Surveys estimate that today more than 45 percent of

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Obesity Discrimination in Missouri Employment

Obese individuals suffer unusually high degrees of discrimination in some form or another. One study reported that 28 percent of severely obese men and 45 percent of severely obese women said they had experienced discrimination because of their weight. Many

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Call Center Reps Seek Compensation for Unpaid Overtime

Call center facilities around the country are receiving a wake-up call regarding allegations that they typically require their workers to work overtime without pay or to come to work early to perform work tasks before beginning their pay shifts. A

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