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  • Intern or Employee? Understanding the Primary Beneficiary Test
    Intern or Employee? Understanding the Primary Beneficiary Test

    It’s summer and, for interns, it is time to start working on finding the perfect internship opportunity. But a question that often comes up for employers is whether they have to pay their interns? ...

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  • Can I Choose Sick Leave Over FMLA Leave?
    Can I Choose Sick Leave Over FMLA Leave?

    The guarantee of FMLA leave can be a blessing for qualifying employees who have chronic medical issues or even those who suffer unexpected illnesses. Yet, there are some employees who would prefer not ...

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  • The Supreme Court Will Soon Decide the Issue of Sexual Orientation Discrimination
    The Supreme Court Will Soon Decide the Issue of Sexual Orientation Discrimination

    Many different jurisdictions have addressed the question of whether Title VII, one of the primary anti-discrimination laws in the area of employment, protects against discrimination based on sexual ...

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  • Age Discrimination Claim: Did the Jury Get it Right?
    Age Discrimination Claim: Did the Jury Get it Right?

    In most litigation proceedings, it is the jury who decides the merits of the case and how much compensation the injured party should receive. It is also the jury job, during the trial and presentation ...

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  • What is Required to Properly Plead a National Origin Discrimination Case?
    What is Required to Properly Plead a National Origin Discrimination Case?

    Before you can present your employment discrimination claims to a jury you have to file them with the court. But doing that is not always as straightforward as it seems. The law requires that certain ...

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  • The Challenge of Proving FMLA Retaliation with Performance Issues
    The Challenge of Proving FMLA Retaliation with Performance Issues

    Practically every employment retaliation case requires an employee to show that the adverse employment action they claim to be retaliatory was not based on legitimate, non-retaliatory reasons. To put ...

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