Sexual Harassment On The Job: What To Do When You Witness It

If you see an employer sexually harass one of your co-workers on a daily basis, you may wonder if there's anything you can do about it, especially if the employer threatens to fire you if you report the harassment to the company's higher-ups. Although the person being harassed should report the abuse themselves, they may fear the outcome if they do, such as losing their job or facing ostracism. You can help your fearful co-worker by contacting a sexual harassment lawyer yourself. Read More 

Can You Fire Someone For That? Social Media Rants And Employee Rights

Can you fire an employee for a post on social media that disparages your business? It depends. Before you pick up that pink slip, make sure that you understand the limits of what is supported by the National Labor Relations Bureau (NLRB). Protected Concerted Activity Whether what is being said is fair or not, if employees are griping about the workplace together on somebody's social media page, that probably counts as protected concerted activity -- which is the basis of unionization. Read More 

3 Ways To Succeed In Your Family Law Case

Going through a divorce can be extremely stressful. You find yourself struggling to make it from one day to the next in an attempt to understand it all. Instead of stressing out over every little detail, you just have to do the best you can. You cannot allow the case to consume your everyday well-being. However, you do want to make sure that you aren't taken advantage of during the case. Read More 

3 Things You Should Avoid Doing During A Divorce

Getting a divorce can be incredibly stressful. In fact, divorce is considered to be one of the most stressful life events. This is why it is so important that if you are going through a divorce that you do everything that you can to simplify the process. You may not be able to bypass the emotional stress of a failed marriage, but you might be able to save yourself some of the heartache and headache of the legal process. Read More 

Injured On The Job? Learn Who You Can Sue For Damages

Workers' compensation will usually cover all your expenses that are associated with being injured while working for your employer. If you feel entitled to more compensation, you can potentially take action against the responsible party in court if one was directly involved with your accident. Here are two entities you could have a lawsuit against. The Manufacture of a Toxic Substance It's possible that you were working with toxic substances that you were not aware was dangerous at the time. Read More