We are employment discrimination attorneys, representing employees only, across Florida and Georgia, in every kind of workplace claim. We do not represent employers. Our work is 100% devoted to employee rights, and we do not handle any other kind of cases.
Protecting Communications With Your Lawyer
Communicating openly and freely with your lawyer, and employees in your lawyer’s office, is one of the keys to success in any legal matter. You must be able to do so so that nothing – even the most sensitive topics… Read More ›
A federal agency has just released major new guidelines for disabled employees and their employers, with the goal of helping both understand just who is entitled to disability-related accommodations and exactly what those accommodations may include. I have thoroughly analyzed… Read More ›
Taking Evidence From The Workplace
A common question employees have is whether they can take copies of workplace documents home, for the purpose of documenting discriminatory treatment or other unfair or illegal practices. This may involve making copies or, commonly, forwarding emails or other computer… Read More ›
Are You Creating A Record That Might Hurt You?
If you’re going through difficult times on the job, you might be emailing or texting coworkers, friends and family about your situation. You might be posting comments on Facebook, or MySpace or on another site. You might be writing in… Read More ›
About Your Online Profile….
Employers, now more than ever, are looking online to find out who you REALLY are. Not the “you” on the resume you spent hours writing, and not the “you” in presentations before large audiences. They want to know the “you”… Read More ›
Do You Trust Your Personnel Department?
It’s a fair question. Personnel departments, often called HR departments, are the place most employees go to report unfair treatment in the workplace. Some employers will let you make your complaint to a manager or other supervisor, but the HR… Read More ›
Is Your Former Employer Giving You Bad Job References?
In a tough job market, it’s more important than ever to know what your former employers are saying about you. When prospective employers call about you, what are they being told? Do you know? If you’re being bad-mouthed, what can… Read More ›
Employer Cutting Your Time, Or Asking You To Work Off The Clock?
Does your employer “shave” your time – cut it, edit the time record in the computer to lower your hours worked, or require you to work off the clock? It’s all illegal. Employers MUST pay you for every hour worked…. Read More ›
Retaliation For Complaining Of Discrimination On The Job
I had a call from a guy tonight – we’ll call him Dan – who wanted to know what to do about supervisors that seemed to be micromanaging him after he made a formal complaint of age discrimination. The formal… Read More ›