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  • How would appointing Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court affect employment discrimination laws?
    How would appointing Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court affect employment discrimination laws?

    With the hearings concerning Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s potential appointment to the Supreme Court wrapping up, many are concerned with how his appointment may affect our rights, especially in terms of ...

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  • Things You Should Know About Family & Medical Leave
    Things You Should Know About Family & Medical Leave

    Health problems and family changes can be stressful, so it isn’t surprising that employees may need to take time off work to face these challenges. Many employers offer some form of sick leave or paid ...

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  • Non-Compete Agreements vs. Non-Solicit Agreements
    Non-Compete Agreements vs. Non-Solicit Agreements

    The terms of non-compete and non-solicit agreements are often misunderstood. Whether you’re running a small business or a high-powered startup, you should understand the differences between these ...

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  • How to File a USERRA Complaint
    How to File a USERRA Complaint

    According to the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), members of the military are entitled to return to their jobs after deployment without any changes to their ...

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  • Important Questions to Ask Your Employment Lawyer
    Important Questions to Ask Your Employment Lawyer

    Finding the right lawyer to represent you in an employment law case can feel like a daunting task. It can be a challenge to know what to ask to learn what you should know. Here are five important ...

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  • Four Common Employment Law Disputes
    Four Common Employment Law Disputes

    Every state has laws that govern the relationship between employers and employees, ranging on how much an employee must be paid, when they hit their overtime hours, responsibilities employers have to ...

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