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Sexual harassment occurs more frequently than employers like to admit, but it is one of the most difficult accusations for an employee to prove. In many instances of sexual harassment, there are only two people present when the event occurs. This means cases are often an issue of “he said she said,” which puts both […]

The image is as ubiquitous as the working man or woman’s day itself: punching the time clock at the end of the day and heading out to the freedom and fun you have when you are not on the job. Many companies utilize time clocks to ensure employees’ hours are accurate and that work hours […]

Applying for a new job is frustrating enough without worrying whether a former employer will give you a bad reference. This is especially true if you have had positive employment experiences since a negative one, but that mistake in your past could prevent you from landing your dream job now. If you suspect a former […]

Employment decisions based on a person’s age are illegal. What can you do if you suspect you were turned down for a job because of your age? In order to take legal action based on age discrimination, you must prove your age was the reason for the employment decision. For instance, if you are over […]

New Collective Action filed vs. Tattoo Lou’s, Famous Tattoo ParlorAlyssa Brown v. Advanced Tattoo Management Consulting Corp. d/b/a/ Tattoo Lou’s et al, Case No. 15-cv-00436 On January 28, 2015, Lead Plaintiff Alyssa Brown on behalf of herself and those similarly situated filed a class and collective action lawsuit in United States District Court – Eastern […]

Anyone who has ever filled out a job application knows you are asked if you have been charged with a felony. Many people check the “no” box and move on without a second thought, but what if you are someone with a criminal record? Can criminal charges really be held against you? What if your […]

Nepotism occurs when those with control in the workplace favor relatives over other applicants and employees. As frustrating as it might be to deal with in the workplace, it is almost never considered illegal. And not only can a related applicant be favored over another, an unrelated employee could be fired to allow for the […]

New Collective Action filed vs. Triboro Plumbing and Heating Corp, et al.Pete Colon v. Triboro Plumbing and Heating Corp. and Michael Passalacqua, Case No. 14-cv-06632 On November 11, 2014, Lead Plaintiff Pete Colon on behalf of himself and those similarly situated filed a class and collective action lawsuit in United States District Court – Eastern […]

New Collective Action filed vs. Enecon Northeast Applied Polymer Systems, Inc., et al.Matthew Mendez v. Enecon Northeast Applied Polymer Systems, Inc., and Robert Barr and Michael Barr, Case No. 14-cv-06736 On November 18, 2014, Lead Plaintiff Matthew Mendez on behalf of himself and those similarly situated filed a collective action lawsuit in United States District […]

New Collective Action filed vs. Healthfirst, Inc., et al.Kanwarpreet Thind v. Healthfirst, Inc. d/b/a Healthfirst, HF Management Services, LLC d/b/a Healthfairst, and Healthfirst PHSP, Inc. d/b/a Healthfirst, Case No. 14-cv-9539 On December 3, 2014, Lead Plaintiff Kanwarpreet Thind on behalf of himself and those similarly situated filed a class and collective action lawsuit in United […]

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