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Employment Law: Everything You Need to Know About Family and Medical Leave Act

There are many cases where an employee feels the need to take time off of work to care for a sick loved one.  Many may not know that could qualify

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Your Los Angeles Employment Lawyer Talks Law School Financial Aid

Employment Attorney Talks Law School Financial Aid in Los Angeles If you are in the process of applying to law schools, often you are more concerned about studying for the

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Military Members/Veterans and Employment Law Violations

American troops are proud for what they stand for, fighting for our country’s rights.  Unfortunately the story isn’t so sweet upon their arrival back to the states.  Many veterans come

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FedEx Deals with Employment Law Case

A California woman was terminated from FedEx for entering her time card incorrectly.  Although her employer most likely has not violated California Labor Laws, the woman claims that she was

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Employment Law: Difference Between Independent Contractor and Employee

An independent contractor is a person or business that provides goods or services to another entity under the terms of a contract of agreement.  An independent contractor, also known as

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Who Would Have Thought? The 10 Weirdest Laws

Top 10 Weird Laws From Around The World We figured we would spice it up this week and switch gears from employment law and talk about the weirdest laws you

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Age Discrimination in Employment Act Violations

In tough economic times, finding employment is tough, unfortunately even harder for older employees.  Some employers often assume that older employees are close to retirement and don’t need a job,

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Employment Law: Pregnancy Discrimination Accommodations

Last month, a California Court of Appeal voted yes on Sanchez v. Swissport, Inc. a case where a California woman was terminated for being unable to return to her job

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Religious Discrimination: Know Your Rights

In the last few years, religious discrimination in the workplace has been on the rise. Laws on religious discrimination are quite confusing and contradictory.  For example, you can't make employment

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Employment Rights Against Retaliation: Whistleblowing

In November 2012, President Barack Obama signed new whistleblower protections into law.  Also known as the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act, consists of protections for federal employees who are terminated for

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