Employment

The past few years have seen a rise in schools taking action to deter bullying among students. Did you know there’s also a movement to curb bullying in the workplace? According to HR Professionals Magazine, “Based on a study conducted by SHRM, about half (51%)...

Retirement plans seem simple in theory – utilize money management strategies to save for the future. Yet the goal of a work and a worry-free future has become a legal woe for many. Why is retirement litigation on the rise, and what can you do,...

A job interview is a nerve-wracking experience for both interviewer and interviewee. When you conduct an interview, you get to know someone and gauge their fit within an organization. When questions and answers are flowing you might lose sight of the legality of questions, especially...

Most employment today is “at-will." Either the employer or employee can decide to part ways at any time. Yet wrongful termination cases still arise. Wrongful termination is a breach of the employment contract. You may think, “If I was hired ‘at-will' and my employers wish to terminate...

Balancing parenting with work has never been easy. The issue has begun to earn more attention, however. “Family leave” has become a more prevalent topic of public discourse. Law, in particular, is an incredibly demanding career. So it’s no surprise that the stress of raising...

As social media becomes more and more prominent in our daily lives – nearly two-thirds of Americans now regularly utilize social-media sites, according to a Pew Research Center study – courts and laws have adapted to integrate its use as evidence in legal cases. Information from...

What do Donna Karan, The Oprah Winfrey Magazine, Charlie Rose and P Diddy’s Bad Boy Entertainment, Inc. have in common? If your answer is that they have all been sued by former interns...