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She has experience defending discrimination allegations, retaliation, harassment, wrongful discharge and Fair Labor Standards Act collective actions.
3 billion Pentagon Federal Credit Union because the allegations of sexual harassment, a hostile work environment, retaliation, age discrimination and wrongful discharge, were not backed up by sufficient facts from the former employee who claimed them.
Numerous high profile examples across the country have made the headlines: in Arizona, "Fired child safety workers want wrongful firing suit revived" (3); in Oregon, "Child welfare draws lawsuit" (4); in Montana, "County pays $65,000 to settle wrongful discharge suit.
End of Employment Resources: Termination letters; termination guidance, including guidance on wrongful discharge, reductions in force, and termination pay requirements; separation agreements; and required state and federal exit forms.
Jeff Weintraub, managing partner at Fisher Phillips, ranked as one of the nation's top employment law firms, said, "A single discrimination or wrongful discharge claim can inflict enormous cost on an organization - not only in money, but in time, morale and reputation as well.
20, Toledo is claiming disability discrimination, wrongful discharge, racial discrimination, retaliation and non-payment of wages, since she has not been paid for 40 hours of work that she had completed.
Servpro of Springfield, Michael Kitt and Bob Bash: Plaintiff alleges wrongful discharge, sexual harassment, sex discrimination and retaliation.
She focuses her practice on employment discrimination and wrongful discharge arising under state and federal laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the New York State Human Rights Law, the New York City Human Rights Law and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination.
A worker dismissed for an inability to perform a task not listed in the job description may be able to file a wrongful discharge claim.
The lawsuit filed on behalf of 17 former students and employees allege breach of contract, wrongful discharge, and unjust enrichment.
EPLI, usually offered as part of a liability policy bundle, protects employers from certain employee-enacted claims such as workplace harassment, discrimination, and wrongful discharge.
In order for an employee to successfully challenge a termination as a wrongful discharge, the discharge must be motivated by bad faith or malice and the discharge must be contrary to public policy.