I lost my job. Now what? As an employment law attorney I know that losing a job can be very scary and is widely considered one of the top ten most stressful life events (along with things such as the death of a family member, divorce, and imprisonment). What comes next? How long will I be out of work? Do I have enough money to get by until … [Read more...] about Lost My Job | Employment Law Attorney
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Shakespeare, Fox News, and Employer Liability: As an employment law attorney I find it interesting that even today’s standards would be applicable in King Henry V’s time, read on to see what I mean. At his army’s camp at Agincourt on the eve of battle, Shakespeare’s Henry V, without disclosing his true identity, wanders among some of his … [Read more...] about Employer Liability | AZ Employment Law Attorney
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution provides that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . .” Earlier this month, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the town of Greece, New York did not violate the First Amendment by its practice of inviting local … [Read more...] about Developments in Religious Freedom and Employmen Law
As an employment law attorney I've been following recent events and unless you avoid sports-related news, you have heard that Donald Sterling, the coach of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers, was recently banned for life from the NBA because of racist comments he made in private conversation. Before the ban was announced, there was a lot of talk in the … [Read more...] about If Your Boss Were Donald Sterling, What Could You Do?
Recently the United States was surpassed by Mexico as the most obese nation. Of course this doesn’t change the fact that many people in the United States are overweight. While reasonable minds may disagree as to the severity of the issue or what to do about it, from my perspective as an Arizona employment attorney, at least we can all agree that … [Read more...] about The Employment Relationship: A Weighty Matter | Employment Attorney
Many news reports these days suggest that the economy is still not good but is getting better. Of course there are still many businesses and families facing hard times. However, the poor economy should be no excuse for an employer to not pay its employees. As an Arizona employment law attorney, I have met with many people who perform the work they … [Read more...] about A Poor Economy Is No Excuse For Not Paying Employees