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UNEMPLOYMENT, WHY YOU MAY WANT TO SIT IN AS WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAWYER

Seminar detailing pitfalls and helpful tools that come from a workers' compensation case that parallels an unemployment case.

At the Intersection of Workers Compensation and Unemployment IAWC Conference October 18, 2019

In depth tutorial on unemployment and workers' compensation overlap.

Administrative penalty and criminal prosecution Iowa Unemployment Law

Tutorial on penalties that follow for improperly reporting wages while collecting Iowa Unemployment. Reporting requirement frequently change. Read and follow directions on all IWD notices.

3 worst mistakes in Iowa Unemployment cases

https://youtu.be/6osOBprFy18 The major mistakes made in Iowa Unemployment appeal hearings before an administrative law judge.

What are an Employee’s Rights in Calgary? Employment Lawyer Calgary Explains

Whether you are a prospective employee, current employee or former employee, you have rights when it comes to your treatment in the workplace. From the moment you submit your resume, to the day you leave your job and beyond, the law is designed to protect you at work.

Employment Law vs. Labour Law - What’s the Difference? Employment Lawyers Calgary Explains

Both employment and labour law are important areas of legal practice. Our dedicated Calgary-based employment lawyers practicing exclusively in his area of law help to balance the inequality in bargaining power between you and your employer, make sure you’re protected you and that justice is done in industries that we rely on heavily in our day to day lives.

Earned Sick Time Act - Finding Replacements

Despite the Vermont Earned Sick Time Act's (VESTA's) clear focus on the provision of earned sick time, effective January 1, 2017, it also includes the important prohibition that, if an employee calls out sick from work, an employer may not ask the employee to find his or her own replacement.

10 Steps to FMLA Compliance

The Family Medical Leave Act is complex. So this is an attempt at simplification: 10 steps to help your company be compliant.

Can I Sue for Wrongful Termination?

Although Minnesota law does not recognize a legal claim for "wrongful termination," there are many circumstances where a termination may be unlawful and, therefore, the basis of a legal claim.

10 Questions to Ask When Your Employer is Breaking the Law

Employment lawyers see it often when employees jump to the conclusion that their employers have broken the law and should be sued. The best way to explore whether or not you have an actual lawsuit on your hands is ask these ten questions.

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