Tag Archives: Title VII


Wal-Mart Settles Sexual Harassment Suit Brought By EEOC on Behalf of Female Overnight Stocker

So now that the dog daze of summer are over, its back to blogging for all of my readers out there.  A news release from the EEOC today shows that Wal-Mart continues to be one of the big violators of … Continue reading

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Ft. Myers Neurosurgeon Seeks to Have His Non-Compete Declared Invalid

As I have blogged about on many occasions, just because you have a non-compete with your employer does not necessarily mean that it is enforceable.  In instances, where the employer’s non-compete has an overbroad scope, duration or geographic areas, the … Continue reading

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When is the Family Medical Leave Act Available to Me?

The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a Federal Law that provides for up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave to employees  in certain circumstances. The employer must have at least 5o employees.  The employee must have worked for the … Continue reading

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Shareholder Agreements Help Defuse the Business Divorce

When a business breaks up between business partners, especially one where there were only two partners each owning 50% of the business, it can become a very incendiary situation.  After years of handling these types of disputes I have grown … Continue reading

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Del Taco Restaurant Sued by EEOC for Sexual Harassment-Female Fondled and Groped by Assistant Manager

Many of you may know that any inappropriate sexual advances by a co-worker or supervisor are prohibited under Title VII, the Florida Civil Rights Act and most other state civil rights statutes.  If these types of actions take place at … Continue reading

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Is My Non-Compete Enforceable?

More and more these days, employers are attempting to get employees to sign non-compete agreements.  Typically, the employee does not worry about signing these documents, until after they leave the employer and then realize they could be sued.  If you … Continue reading

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Simon Property Group Sued for Pregnancy Discrimination

A 33-year-old Union City woman has filed a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit against the company that manages the Stanford Shopping Center, alleging she was fired without cause just days before she was slated to return to work. Angelina Duran is seeking … Continue reading

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