Legal Advice for “Employment Lawsuits” — 27 results
Written by attorney Charles F. Domer, over 1 year ago.
An incredibly common question for an injured worker is whether they can sue their employer for a work injury. The short answer is "no" - but this guide details the alternatives available,... more
Written by attorney Joseph Rose, 11 months ago.
This guide will help you understand your legal rights as a California employee regarding unpaid wages, unauthorized payroll deductions, itemized wage statements, frequency of wage payments,... more
Written by attorney William Hartsfield, about 3 years ago.
Pleadings Use your complaint or response to tell your story. Unlike a complaint which a jury may never read, the first thing the arbitrator will read is the demand for arbitration and then... more
Written by attorney James Hoffmann, over 1 year ago.
When you are injured at work, the compensation you can receive is usually limited to workers compensation benefits, which cover medical expenses, and lost wages, but not pain and suffering.... more
Written by attorney John Mccarthy, over 1 year ago.
The American Bar Foundation conducted an unprecedented empirical study of employment lawsuits in 2010. The findings are probably shocking for most people. For example:
Written by attorney Ray Garcia, over 1 year ago.
Florida Statute 702.10 was enacted to allow foreclosure Lenders a procedure by which they may attempt to expedite the foreclosure process when they serve the homeowner with a foreclosure... more
Written by attorney Emanuel Shirazi, 4 months ago.
Former Clippers Owner Sterling Sued For Taunting Former Employee With Racist And Sexist Comments Another Accusation of Sexual and Racial Harassment Surprise, surprise! Donald Sterling is... more
Written by attorney Douglas M Larsen, almost 2 years ago.
I encourage employers to avoid litigation. Much of my practice is devoted to training employers on lawful employment practices. It creates a better workplace. And it cuts down on litigation.... more
Written by attorney Catherine Lerer, about 3 years ago.
Every year thousands of people are victims of sexual abuse. Victims have the legal right to sue their abuser in a civil lawsuit; therefore, allowing them to seek damages for the physical... more
Written by attorney John Maxwell, over 4 years ago.
On March 23, 2010, the Ohio Supreme Court issued a pair of opinions holding that the Ohio General Assembly's 2005 statute that reformed Ohio "employer intentional tort" claims was... more