I am working in a salary position, after two months in Family leave due a surgery I went back to work today and I was informed that from Now on I will be working in a lower paying position (hourly). it's that legal?
If your time off was subject to the Family and Medical Leave Act, then no, you should not have been demoted. However, if your employer had a legitimate business reason to change your job to a lower paying position, and it would have happened whether you went on leave or not, then the demotion is allowed.
You can consult with an employment attorney or contact the Arizona office of the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division at (602) 514-7100 to find out if you might have a case against your employer.See question
I have missed my deadline to answer the plantiff's admissions interregatories and discover, what do I need to do, my trila is in 2 weeks.
You should answer the written discovery requests immediately.See question
without talking to me about it and her mom tried telling me i couldnt have company over and got into a verbal dispute with me. I advised my roomate I would be moving out on the 1st of the month but then spoke with her a week before the first and a...
I agree. Go to the landlord before you do anything else. I would not advise breaking into the apartment because you will be risking a criminal violation.See question
Im on a shared meter with other tenant which is why since i moved in i pay a set amount as listed on contract.landlord decided to charge me 135 dollars extra because he said he under estimated what he thought price of utilitys would be in aug. i h...
It depends on what your rental agreement says about how you and the other tenant would share the utilities. However, it sounds like your landlord is in violation of A.R.S. 33-1314.01, the Arizona statute that covers utility charges. Also, he may be in violation of A.R.S. 33-1324, the Arizona statute that requires him to maintain a fit premises. You should consider suing him in small claims court if he insists on taking the extra money out of your security deposit.See question
I was at work and did not know where I was, they did a blood test because of the way I was acting which was negative, of course, then it was time for my shift to end so disoriented they let me go home. I live 45 - to 1 hour from home and it took ...
I'd suggest that you ask this question again but post it in the Personal Injury section. That said, some employment lawyers may also have some advice as well.See question
I got a loan from sallie Mae and enrolled in a aviation program back in 2006. I was supposed to get my airline transport rating. But instead right after I got my private pilot rating the school never started me in my next classes and told me to go...
That's very unfortunate. If you paid for the entire course up front (private pilot rating and airline transport rating), then you may have a claim against the school since it did not provide what it promised. If, however, you only paid for the actual schooling they provided, you probably don't have a claim against the school. Now, to answer your actual question, you are obligated on the loan to Sallie Mae, despite the school closing. I'd recommend you take a look at all of your paperwork from the school and see what the school actually promised so you can determine if you have any type of claim against the school.See question
I only worked for them 1 day a week and worked for various other companies in the same field, I sold to some of their patients thru these other companies - can they sue me?
Non-competes typically apply when they are in writing and are reasonably limited in both geographic and temporal scope...in other words, distance and time. However, if you are working for Employer A, you probably owe Employer A a duty of loyalty, and if so, it might be unlawful to work for a competitor at the same time (you say they knew you were working for someone else but did they know it was a competitor?) unless Employer A knew of and approved of your other employment.
The answer to your question is that yes, the company can sue you. Someone can always bring a lawsuit. Whether the company will be successful in the lawsuit is another matter.See question
I got lucky on Ebay and found a rare lamp in the wrong category. I used Sniper software and bid in the last few seconds and won the lamp. I immediately paid for via Paypal. The Lamp in a proper auction would be worth about $15,000. The Seller s...
I agree with Ms. Brown. You really need to decide whether this is worth it for you to pursue. If everyone is in different states it is going to be expensive to bring a lawsuit. I think your main cause of action is against the seller since he breached the contract. You may have claims against the buyer as well if he in fact knew that you had a contract with the seller. My sense is that you'd probably spend at least $15,000 to get the lamp, if not much more. Depending on where the suit is brought you might or might not be able to recover attorneys' fees, but I wouldn't count on it.See question
Recently forced to resign my position as a nurse unit manager. Many many details to follow but looking to find out if I have a case for wrongful termination.
I am happy to take a look at it and let you know if I think you have a viable case.See question
I finished school in June 08 and my weld certs weren't sent to x-ray for over 6 months. I never received a certificate of completion or my weld certs. A year after I had finished, I had received a bill for about $150, to pay for the weld certifica...
If you finished the required coursework then you are entitled to your certificate of completion and your weld certs. Is the school sending you bills on a regular basis? Is this for the student loans you took out? I can't quite figure out from your explanation what the problem is, other than that the school will not provide you with your certificate of completion and weld certs.See question