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August 2014 Archives

How should employees address harassment and discrimination?

Every day, hard-working employees across the country face sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. Whether someone in a position of authority attempts to coerce an employee into performing a sexual act or a worker is constantly hassled because of their ethnicity, religion or gender, daily life can be considerably difficult for victims of harassment and discrimination.

Actors on popular TV show see pay raise after contract dispute

Smart business owners understand the importance of handling contracts properly. Solid negotiation and drafting of business contracts can help ensure that all parties are satisfied and prevent costly problems from arising later on. Unfortunately, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and throughout the country, companies may have to deal with a breach of contract or other type of contract dispute that results in litigation. Any business in this position should make sure they conduct thorough contract review and do everything they can to minimize the impact of litigation.

Analyzing how litigation affects small businesses

When a company is sued by an employee, customer or competitor, the litigation is usually difficult to deal with, regardless of the company's size. However, lawsuits are often particularly problematic for small businesses. In Fort Lauderdale and throughout Florida, a number of issues lead to the filing of lawsuits, such as breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, breach of contract, deceptive trade practices and more.

Social media company sued over alleged discrimination

Employment litigation cases take many forms, whether they involve sexual harassment, wrongful discharge or another violation of employment law. In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, people who are trying to move forward after experiencing these problems may consider filing a lawsuit. In some cases, companies want to protect themselves from baseless lawsuits that can wreak havoc, while other cases involve employees who were truly mistreated.

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