Legal Advice for Employment — 2,188 results
Written by attorney Nathaniel Hubley, over 3 years ago.
Indiana is considered an employment-at-will state. Thus, an employer can terminate an employee for any reason, whether good or bad. However, an employer is prohibited from terminating an... more
Written by attorney Douglas M Larsen, over 2 years ago.
California employers love at-will employment. It is a valuable tool that allows employers to take adverse action against employees while lessening the risk of litigation. The problem arises,... more
Written by attorney Michael Gruhin, about 1 year ago.
Employees injured by an Ohio Workers Compensation accident must be aware of the Voluntary Abandonment of Employment issue that is being used to bar payment of Temporary Total Disability and/... more
Written by attorney William Teitler, over 1 year ago.
This guide was created for non-lawyers to understand and grasp some of the legal requirements needed to establish employment discrimination claims under federal law. Prima Facie Case First,... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Bracewell, over 2 years ago.
What happens when a company loses its top salesperson to a tragic accident?Imagine that the salesperson drove 40 percent of the companys million-dollar-a-month revenue.Can the remaining,... more
Written by attorney James Dipasquale, almost 4 years ago.
Most every business owner recognizes that it is illegal to discriminate against or sexually harass their employees, but rarely does an owner understand the breadth of circumstances that can... more
Written by attorney Randy T. Enochs, almost 4 years ago.
--Hart v Family Dental Group, 2ndCir: Inaffirming a district courts grant of judgment as a matter of law on the plaintiff's Sec. 4312(A) of the Uniformed Services Employment and... more
Written by attorney Marilynn Mika Spencer, about 3 years ago.
This is for information only and is not legal advice. Legal advice must be tailored to specific facts. This Guide is written based on general legal priciples.This information does not... more
Written by attorney Carl Shusterman, over 2 years ago.
So you think you have a bachelors degree? Perhaps not.
Any foreign national undergoing the PERM process for their employment-based green card should know the importance of correctly... more
Written by attorney Michael Kushner, about 2 years ago.
The Department of Labor (DOL) in Advisory Opinion 2012-04A, addressed whether a 401(k) plan sponsored by one employer can be adopted by other unrelated employers and qualify as a multiple... more