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January 2015 Archives

Filing a workplace discrimination charge with the EEOC

If you have ever been involved in a car accident, have been the victim of medical malpractice or have otherwise had to hold another individual or entity accountable for negligence, you are likely familiar with how personal injury lawsuits work. You, as the individual who has suffered harm, sue the individual or entity whose negligence caused or contributed to that harm. Then you either negotiate a settlement or take the case to trial. It would seem that a worker suing an employer for discrimination would work in roughly the same way. But for better and for worse, it does not.

Handling employer-employee retaliation disputes

Disputes between employers and employees are not always easy to sort out, and this is particularly the case when it comes to discrimination and retaliation claims. Fortunately, there are relatively clear rules in place in terms of what employers may not do when an employee takes steps to exercise his or her rights under state or federal law.

DOJ clarifies important work discrimination distinction

We have previously discussed the fact that American employment law is always evolving. On both a federal level and on a state level, employment law may change rapidly from time to time. As a result, it is important to consult an attorney experienced in employment law if you feel that you are being discriminated against at work or are otherwise being treated unfairly, as you may be unaware of legal developments that could aid you in obtaining justice for the harm you have suffered.

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