Laws To Be Aware Of When Filing A Personal Injury Lawsuit In North Dakota

If you have been considering a lawsuit in order to get the money that you deserve, then you probably know that you have a pretty long road ahead of you. Not only do you need to gather all your evidence, but you need to make sure that you abide by the rules and regulations of your state. This can be pretty tricky, since many states have unique and conflicting laws. To help you out, here are some of the specific laws that you will need to follow when it comes to personal injury lawsuits in North Dakota: Read More 

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