Blog Posts in August, 2014

Court Finds Three Years of Retaliation Sufficient to Support FMLA Claim

Usually, one of the toughest elements to prove in a retaliation case is causation. "Causation" means that the employer's unlawful act was the cause of the employee's injury. ...
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Is Protection Against Employment Retaliation Expanding?

It seems that employment retaliation claims are increasing, and courts are becoming less and less forgiving of employers who participate in such unlawful conduct. Even more conservative judges, who ...
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Are Employers Required to Accommodate Pregnant Employees?

Most of us are familiar with the Americans with Disabilities Act and its requirement that employers provide reasonable accommodations for its employees with known disabilities. Under the ADA, a ...
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How Does Winning my Unemployment Compensation Hearing Affect my Discharge Claim?

After being terminated from your job, often the next step is filing for unemployment compensation. Unfortunately, many employers challenge your eligibility to receive unemployment compensation ...
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