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  • What Employees Should Know About the ADEA and its Protections
    What Employees Should Know About the ADEA and its Protections

    There are many anti-discrimination laws that provide various protections based on the category of employee to whom it applies. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) is one such law that ...

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  • Eleventh Circuit Establishes New Standard for Comparators
    Eleventh Circuit Establishes New Standard for Comparators

    In a very recent opinion from the Eleventh Circuit, a new standard was articulated for comparator evidence. When employees need to prove that they were treated less favorably than someone outside of ...

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  • Alabama Federal District Court Allows Expert Testimony from Forensic Psychologist
    Alabama Federal District Court Allows Expert Testimony from Forensic Psychologist

    One aspect of every employment discrimination case is compensatory damages. The purpose of these damages is to reimburse an aggrieved employee for out-of-pocket losses caused by discrimination in the ...

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  • Alabama's Minimum Wage Battle Continues
    Alabama's Minimum Wage Battle Continues

    Minimum wage is a very important and very controversial topic in the employment arena. In our country, there is a federal minimum wage which is currently $7.25 an hour. However, states have the ...

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  • EEOC's Report on Common Sources of Workplace Harassment
    EEOC's Report on Common Sources of Workplace Harassment

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) established a task force which, for the past three (3) years, has been investigating the common causes or sources of workplace harassment. The goal ...

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  • Can an Employer be Responsible for Sexual Harassment by a Patient With Dementia?
    Can an Employer be Responsible for Sexual Harassment by a Patient With Dementia?

    The issue before the Fifth Circuit in a recent employment case was whether a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) can bring a claim for sexual harassment against her employer for the conduct of a mentally ...

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