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Protecting Whistleblowers from Workplace Retaliation

Protecting Whistleblowers from Workplace Retaliation

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In the United States, many acts, statutes, and laws protect whistleblowers from workplace retaliation, including wrongful termination. There are countless stories of brave individuals who blew the whistle on corruption, fraud, illegal practices, or unsafe working conditions and helped improve entire industries.  Unfortunately, those who report unethical or illegal working conditions...

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Your Rights When Coming Out At Work

Your Rights When Coming Out At Work

| Employment and Labor Law, Wrongful Termination | 0 comments

As an LGBTQ person in the workforce, you may wonder whether or not to publicly come out at work. While there are definite benefits to being out and proud in your workplace, it may also lead to incidents of harassment and hostility.  According to a survey done by the Center for...

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Wrongful Termination in California: Understanding Your Rights

Wrongful Termination in California: Understanding Your Rights

| Employment and Labor Law, Wrongful Termination | 0 comments

Wrongful termination is when an employee is fired for reasons that violate the law or their employment contract. California’s comprehensive labor laws intensify this issue by safeguarding worker rights. While bosses can usually fire employees for any reason (or no reason), they can’t do it for illegal reasons like discrimination or...

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Can I Get Fired for Calling in Sick?

Can I Get Fired for Calling in Sick?

| Employment and Labor Law, Wrongful Termination | 0 comments

With many employees starting to go back into the office after the pandemic, many wonder what would happen if they were to get sick. For instance, you wake up one morning with a sore throat and headache. You will need to take the day off, but are afraid of your employer...

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What is a Breach of Contract?

What is a Breach of Contract?

| Employment and Labor Law, Real Estate Law | 0 comments

A contract is an agreement between two or more parties where certain factors are bargained for between the parties. For example, contracts can take place with the sale of goods, for the purchase of a home, or even in employment contracts. But what happens when a party fails to meet the...

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What is Quid Pro Quo?

What is Quid Pro Quo?

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Quid pro quo is a Latin phrase that translates to “something in return for something.”  This is usually a term used in sexual harassment cases when someone who gets hired is usually threatened with sexual favors they must have to partake in, or they will essentially lose their job. Our sexual...

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I Was Injured At Work – What Are My Rights

I Was Injured At Work – What Are My Rights

| Employment and Labor Law, Personal Injury | 0 comments

To many, going to work is considered their livelihood. Especially after the Covid-19 pandemic, many people were living paycheck-to-paycheck and scrambling looking for a job. It is very stressful to be looking for a new job, and even more stressful if you were ever injured at work. There could be so...

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When to Hire an Employment Lawyer

When to Hire an Employment Lawyer

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Employment law claims could be complex and complicated, and so it is advised that you hire an experienced employment attorney to help you with your potential legal claims. Our employment law attorneys are available 24/7 via phone, email, or in person. It is also important to consider that employment law also...

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Can You Get Fired Without Warning?

Can You Get Fired Without Warning?

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What happens if you were fired at work without a warning? Would you be able to file a lawsuit against your employer for firing you without a written warning? Generally, being fired without a warning is not enough to raise a legal claim against your employer. However, there are some scenarios...

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Carpal Tunnel Workers’ Compensation

Carpal Tunnel Workers’ Compensation

| Employment and Labor Law | 0 comments

Nowadays, especially after covid-19 stay-at-home orders, many people have made their dining room tables their office. With large monitors and keyboards, many have meshed their work life and social life into one, spending long hours typing away in front of the computer. Not only does this apply for corporate office jobs,...

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