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  • What Employees need to know about the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act
    What Employees need to know about the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act

    Introduction to the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act On March 18, 2020, President Donald Trump signed into law the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the “FFCRA”), which takes ...

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  • What Employees need to know about the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act
    What Employees need to know about the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act

    Introduction to the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act On March 18, 2020, President Donald Trump signed into law the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the “FFCRA”), which takes effect on April 1, ...

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  • What is the after-acquired evidence defense?
    What is the after-acquired evidence defense?

    Introduction In every employment discrimination lawsuit, the employee must use evidence to establish liability and damages in order to recover monetary relief. Only after the employee has established ...

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  • What Other Types of Claims Might Arise With a Breach of Contract Claim?
    What Other Types of Claims Might Arise With a Breach of Contract Claim?

    What is a breach of contract claim and what are the elements? Breach of contract is a claim under state law that arises when two or more parties enter into an agreement to do or not do something in ...

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  • What evidence may satisfy the link between disability and adverse employment action?
    What evidence may satisfy the link between disability and adverse employment action?

    Introduction The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) prohibits “discrimination against a qualified individual on the basis of a disability in regard to job application procedures, the hiring, ...

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  • What does it mean to “litigate” a case and how long does it take?
    What does it mean to “litigate” a case and how long does it take?

    What does it mean to “litigate” a case? The statement “litigating a case” is often used to encompass the entirety of the litigation process, from filing a complaint with the court, to presenting the ...

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