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Monthly Archives: September 2023

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When Is “Mean Girl” Behavior at Work a Hostile Work Environment?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Children and teenagers are notoriously antagonistic to their peers, and both before and after the advent of the age of cyberbullying, parents have assured their children that once they grow up and enter the workforce, they will be surrounded by people who behave much more reasonably and professionally.  Unfortunately, this does not always happen. … Read More »

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Breach of Contract Disputes Between Companies and Suppliers

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

If the Midwest is the breadbasket of America, then California is America’s salad bowl.  The sunny climate is suitable for growing almost any kind of fruit or vegetable, such that the Golden State has become virtually synonymous with healthy eating.  Restaurants across the world routinely name low fat or plant-based menu items after California… Read More »

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What Happens If the Company You Signed a Contract With Runs Out of Money?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Talking a big game is an important business skill.  Plenty of business contracts begin when one party makes outsized promises to get the other party’s attention.  In a business contract, though, you are legally obligated to keep the promises that you make.  This is why projections become noticeably more modest once you get to… Read More »

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Can Plaintiffs be Anonymous in Employment Discrimination Lawsuits?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Complaining about employment discrimination, including filing a discrimination lawsuit against your employer, is a legally protected activity.  This means that it is against the law for your employer to retaliate against you once it finds out about the lawsuit.  Retaliation could include termination of employment, adverse actions such as demotion or denial of raises,… Read More »

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Can Your Employer Force You to Retire?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Even the least sensational news reports these days say that many Americans will never be able to afford a comfortable retirement.  Out of economic necessity, it has become more and more common for people to continue working beyond the age of 65, the age at which seniors become eligible for Medicare, or even 70,… Read More »

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