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  • The Question You Never Want to Answer When HR Ask You

    In order to protect your rights, you must report sexual harassment to HR or to someone of similar authority. HR will ask you the ...

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  • Changes in the Law in Favor of the Employees

    There have been three important changes to the law that favor employees. The first is that the statute of limitations has been ...

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  • What Is the Right to Sue & What Does It Mean?

    Under both Federal and State laws, before an employee can bring a complaint in court against the employer, the employee must ...

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  • What Is The Difference Between A Sexual Harassment Case & A Personal Injury Case?

    PERSONAL INJURY VS. SEXUAL HARASSMENT CASES Personal injury suits are generally based upon negligence as defined by statutes. ...

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  • 4 Common Questions on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

    As an experienced litigator on behalf of workers and employees, Alan Burton Newman has represented thousands of workers who were ...

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  • The Deck Is Stacked Against the Employee Under the Law of Arbitration

    The first thing to recognize is that the deal is stacked against the employee. The law states that the employer can require its ...

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