I am 5 months pregnant and my employer will not accept a doctors note for me being ill, but chose to give me written punishment. They also are taking away my current position and hiring a replacement. I have been told that every time i am out sick...
You very well may have claims against your employer. You should consult with an attorney.See question
I have all the receipts and actual photos of my tool box in the shop that I took through the outside windows.
You should discuss the matter with an attorney. For non-payment of wages, you may be entitled to double damages.See question
The department of labor said if I win the case against my previous employer I'm entitled to double what he owes me. How do I go about that?
Yes, talk with a lawyer and they can advise you of your potential claims.See question
I would like to start my own business with similar services but am afraid of being sued after I start it. I am willing to uphold the NDA and Non-Solicit portions of the agreement but want to challenge the Non-Competition section of the agreement.
You should consult with an attorney before making any decisions.See question
Age 66, 26 yrs service, successful profitable selling to high in shoe account Seattle base,
Yes, you should have an attorney review your agreement before you sign anything.See question
Energetic and helpful attorney ? Can I fire him ? What are the implications?
You can always fire an attorney, but you should consult with a new attorney about the implications/risks of doing so.See question
An employee has a retention agreement with an employer for an equity payout (if certain conditions are met) if there is a sale of the company. Agreement states it is binding on any successors. There is a sale, but employee receives no money as c...
Interesting question. Impossible to answer intelligently without reviewing the relevant agreements, but it is possible that the asset purchase may not fully insulate the new company. You should have an attorney review the documents.See question
The suite started months ago and in their negotiations, they want me to sign a non-compete. I never signed one when employed. I now work for a new company that is in the same industry but different customers. Same region. I can remain at the new ...
You likely need an attorney to review the non-compete and ensure you are not precluded from continuing at your current employment.See question
If i have an agreement, written out via email by my employer that said I will be paid $3000/month base pay (after 60 days of employment). I reached the 60 day mark and never received the $3000 base pay. I have multiple emails stating I will rece...
Yes, you may. It may depend on whether this was discussed and whether you agreed to a lower pay. You should consult with an attorney.See question
Brief: December 2011 I requested a reasonable accom. because I had chosen to go to treatment after being taken off of pain medication due to having 4 surgeries that year. My reasonable accomondation was never addressed----supervisor began sexually...
Usually for this type of work, an attorney will work on a contingency fee, but that may or may not be appropriate for your case depending on your goals and the facts. Most attorneys will agree to speak with you briefly for a free consultation to see if they might be a good fit.See question