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Shane Bryant's resume.
Posted by Shane Bryant on 10.27.12 in Employment.
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) protects the interests of participants and their beneficiaries who depend on benefits from private employee benefit plans. ERISA sets standards for administering these plans, including a requirement that financial and other information be disclosed to plan participants and beneficiaries and requirements for the processing of claims for benefits under the plans.
Posted by Bryon Gross on 10.9.11 in Employment.
Summer Vacation And Your Kid Wants To Get A Job. Great! However, Make Sure They Are Not Being Taken Advantage Of.
Posted by Bryon Gross on 6.2.11 in Employment.
Riggins Law Firm wants to informed employer against some obvious actions and policies that could lead to employment-related litigation. Therefore, here are the top ten policies that could result in litigation for employers
Posted by Danialle Riggins on 3.30.11 in Employment.
John Spiegel of Munger, Tolles sends a letter to Charlie Sheen's attorney, Martin Singer. It begins: At the outset, let us state the obvious: Your client has been engaged in dangerously self destructive conduct and appears to be very ill.
Posted by The LawLink Team on 3.7.11 in Employment.
In this recent decision of Lopez vs. Pacific Maritime Association, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reviewing a decision by the U.S. District Court in California held: an employer's policy permanently permanently disqualifying job applicants who test positive for drug use does not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"). [Case advance sheet courtesy of Metropolitan News Enterprise]
Posted by Robin Mashal on 3.3.11 in Employment.
A Florida pastor's decision to burn a Quran and France's decision to ban the wearing of burqas by conservative Muslim women garnered national media attention. What has not been reported, however, has been the dramatic rise in anti-Muslim complaints received by the EEOC. Read more for the statistics and of one shocking complaint.
Posted by Brian Mahany on 9.15.10 in Employment.
Employment discrimination claims continue to be filed at record levels with the EEOC and state anti-discrimination agencies. Most all types of claims are up with particular large increases in age discrimination and pregnancy claims. Recently fired workers, unable to find new jobs, have little to lose in filing claims.
Posted by Brian Mahany on 8.28.10 in Employment.
Short blog about a recent federal court case finding repeated demands by a male supervisor to fondle two teen workers constitutes harassment. Jury awards $440,000.00 in damages.
Posted by Brian Mahany on 8.24.10 in Employment.
by Brian Mahany It's no surprise that the economic meltdown of 2008 and its aftermath has led to record numbers of age discrimination claims. Many businesses used the downturn as a reason to fire older workers. Why? In some cases because their performance simply was not up to par. But in many cases, the reasons are more sinister. Older workers who have been with the company for years make more money than a new hire. If the person let go was over 40, there may be a great case of age discrimination. Although age discrimination cases are at record numbers, getting justice and compensation f
Posted by Brian Mahany on 8.20.10 in Employment.