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Office Injuries Workers Compensation

Office Injuries Leading to Workers' Compensation Claims

How to Handle a Workplace Injury

How to Handle a Workplace Injury

How to Get Workers Comp

Knowing what these factors are is critical to making sure that you are covered while you are working.

Third Party Lawsuit Workers Compensation

A Third Party Hurts You While You Are at Work - Is That a Case for Workers' Compensation?

Do I Qualify for Workers Compensation Benefits?

There are specific things that need to be in place for an employee to collect workers’ compensation benefits.

Local lawyer faces sexual harassment lawsuit

A paralegal has accused her former employer, a local attorney, of sexual harassment in a recently filed lawsuit.

Statutory Benefits for Teachers in Connecticut

A blog post about employment benefits for tenured Connecticut teachers.

Workers Compensation Eligibility If Your Employer Intentionally Hurts You

If you are injured while working in Missouri, in most instances you are not eligible to sue your employer. But there are times when you can, which means that you may be able to collect noneconomic and economic damages.

Sexual Orientation Discrimination in New York

Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits workplace discrimination. Title VII, however, prohibits only the types of discrimination identified in the statute, including race discrimination, sex discrimination, religious discrimination, and national origin discrimination. For nearly two decades, the prevailing view from the country’s federal courts, including New York’s federal appellate court (the Second Circuit), was that Title VII does not prohibit workplace discrimination based on an employee’s sexual orientation. On February 26, 2018, the Second Circuit became the second federal circuit court to reverse its prior precedent and hold that Title VII does indeed prohibit sexual orientation discrimination. Today’s Long Island employment law blog discusses the Zarda v. Altitude Express, Inc. decision.

Are You a Victim of Sexual Harassment at Your Massachusetts Workplace?

Are You a Victim of Sexual Harassment at Your Massachusetts Workplace?

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