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Will a Workplace Harassment Lawyer Take Your Case?

Unfortunately, even the most brilliant HR professionals may sometimes miss the common signs of workplace harassment. First of all, it is impossible for an individual to check thoroughly over what all the employees are doing at all times. But, then, employees have guidelines and rules

Will a Workplace Harassment Lawyer Take Your Case?2022-04-14T08:11:48-04:00

EMPLOYMENT LAW: Defining the Term Employee in Workers Comp Lawsuit

Most lists of supremely influential heads of government in European history contain the name of Otto von Bismarck. After a confederation of German states under his leadership decisively defeated France, which had sought to restore its hegemony on the Continent, he orchestrated the

EMPLOYMENT LAW: Defining the Term Employee in Workers Comp Lawsuit2021-07-12T16:14:42-04:00

WRONGFUL TERMINATION: Former MA Chief Files Federal Lawsuit over Firing

A former Rockport fire chief is suing the town for wrongful termination, claiming his dismissal hearing 10 months before retirement was "ridiculing, disparaging and defamatory." ROCKPORT, MA— Former Fire Chief James Doyle has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the town of Rockport in federal

WRONGFUL TERMINATION: Former MA Chief Files Federal Lawsuit over Firing2022-05-11T05:27:09-04:00

Workers file lawsuit against Hudsonville egg farm over COVID-19 protocols

HUDSONVILLE — A trio of former workers at Sunrise Acres Egg Farm in Hudsonville have sued the farm, claiming it was negligent in COVID-19 safety measures at the start of the pandemic. Juana Beatrice Castaneda Sanchez, Juan Carlos Covarrubias and Margarita Rodriguez filed

Workers file lawsuit against Hudsonville egg farm over COVID-19 protocols2022-05-11T05:19:55-04:00

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Uber bid to avoid driver pay lawsuit

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away Uber's(UBER.N) bid to avoid a lawsuit over whether drivers for the ride-hailing company's limousine platform UberBLACK are employees and not independent contractors as the company claims. The justices left in place a lower

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Uber bid to avoid driver pay lawsuit2021-05-18T07:03:47-04:00
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