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Monthly Archives: October 2022

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Temp Workers And Employment Discrimination

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Working for a temporary staffing agency is certainly better than being out of a job, but it is not a cushy job by any stretch of the imagination.  Going all the way through the application and interview process only yields you a few paychecks before the temporary assignment ends, and then you are back… Read More »

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Orders Drug Enforcement Administration To Pay Settlement To 71 Women Who Were Unfairly Denied Promotions

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Employees who file discrimination complaints may cite any of a variety of adverse actions that their employers took against them on the basis of a protected characteristic, such as race, sex, religion, country of origin, or age.  One example of an adverse action is denial of promotions and raises.  If you notice a connection… Read More »

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Why You Should Hire A Lawyer When Dissolving A Business

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

The law makes it possible to establish, operate, and close a business without ever hiring a lawyer, but as in other situations where representation by professional attorneys is not a requirement, it is a good idea if large amounts of money are at stake.  People can and do represent themselves in family court, workers’… Read More »

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Can Your Former Employer Sue You For Opening Your Own Business After You Quit?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Pessimists call it the Great Resignation, but maybe it is more like the Great Enterprise.  Increasing numbers of employees are resigning from their positions of employment to seek opportunities where they do not have to deal with work supervisors bossing them around and micromanaging them.  Who can blame them when you consider that wages… Read More »

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